I have a third party class that I am using in my REST service.
I built a @Provider that implements StringConverter. I am also interested
in providing XML and JSON support as well as basic string support. From the
RestEASY documentation, it sounds like this is practically out of the box
functionality, but am unclear as to exactly what I need to do...
It would seem that XML and JSON support are automatic as long as my class is
annotated with JAXB annotations. Alas, since the class I am using is a
third-party class (LocalDate from Joda-time), I am unable to annotate it
using JAXB. (Or is there a trick here?)
I think what I need to do is to implement MessageBodyWriter<LocalDate> and
MessageBodyReader<LocalDate> in my @Provider class... Can someone point me
to an example? I am unclear if I need to provide support for both json and
xml, or just xml and then json is inferred.
Finally, is there a way to leverage the XmlSchemaType in my rest service
definition? Truthfully, I am using LocalDate just because I want to avoid
time information with Date objects. If I can declare that my Java Date
object is truly just a Date (and not a Timestamp), perhaps this is
functionality available out of the box? Can I declare the parameter or
response is XmlSchemaType(name="date")?
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