mappers take the JDBC ResultSet and produce Java results.
ColumnMappers inspect a single result column, and RowMappers inspect the
entire result row to build a compound type. Mappers are composeable and
often will feed results into the
collector package to produce
the end result.
ClassDescriptionStrategies for comparing case sensitive strings.ColumnMapper<T>Maps result set columns to objects.Factory interface used to produce column mappers.Configuration registry for
ColumnMapperFactoryinstances.Column mapper for Java
enumtypes.Factory for a RowMapper that can map resultset rows to column name/generic value
Maps.Factory that uses
ResultSet.getObject(int, Class)to fetch values.Holder for a single joined row.A
RowMapperimplementation to easily compose existing RowMappers.MapEntryConfig<This>MapEntryMapper<K,
V>Maps rows to
Map.Entry<K, V>, provided there are mappers registered for types K and V.Configuration class for MapEntryMapper.Yo dawg, I heard you like maps, so I made you a mapper that maps rows into
Map<String,Object>.Configuration class for obtaining row or column mappers.Thrown when a mapper fails to map the row to a result type.Signals that the annotated element is a nested mapped type.Thrown when you attempt to map a type that
Jdbidoesn't have a registered mapper factory for.Signals that the annotated property signals the presence of the mapped type: reflective mappers should map a null bean if this property is null, rather than a present bean with a null property value.Factory interface used to produce column mappers.RowMapper<T>Maps result set rows to objects.Factory interface used to produce row mappers.Configuration registry for