extension classes allow you to extend
functionality by declaring interface types that may attach to
instances. An attached extension creates an instance of the interface that
wraps method invocations in an extension context. The context has a
configuration and remembers the currently executing extension method.
An ExtensionFactory instance provides the actual extension instances and
implements the behavior of the extension.
Some built in features such as SQL Objects are themselves implemented as extensions.
ClassDescriptionFactory interface to create collections of
ConfigRegistryinstances.Accepted by a handle when executing extension code.Factory interface used to produce Jdbi extension objects.Flags that the factory can return to control aspects of the extension framework.Provides functionality for a single method on an extension object.Supports customization of an extension handler.A factory to create
ExtensionHandlerinstances.Metadata that was detected when analyzing an extension class before attaching.Builder class for the
ExtensionMetadataobject.Configuration class for defining
ExtensionFactoryinstances.A handle supplier for extension implementors.Thrown when no
ExtensionFactoryaccepts a given extension type.Configurer base class that applies the same configuration changes independent whether an annotation is placed on the type or a method.Marks that a specific extension could not be created.