Java Code Examples for org.springframework.beans.propertyeditors.ReaderEditor

Following code examples demonstrate how to use org.springframework.beans.propertyeditors.ReaderEditorfrom spring-framework. These examples are extracted from various highly rated open source projects. You can directly use these code snippets or view their entire linked source code. These snippets are extracted to provide contextual information about how to use this class in the real world. These samples also let you understand some good practices on how to use org.springframework.beans.propertyeditors.ReaderEditorand various code implementation of this class.

	public void registerCustomEditors(PropertyEditorRegistry registry) {
		ResourceEditor baseEditor = new ResourceEditor(this.resourceLoader, this.propertyResolver);
		doRegisterEditor(registry, Resource.class, baseEditor);
		doRegisterEditor(registry, ContextResource.class, baseEditor);
		doRegisterEditor(registry, InputStream.class, new InputStreamEditor(baseEditor));
		doRegisterEditor(registry, InputSource.class, new InputSourceEditor(baseEditor));
		doRegisterEditor(registry, File.class, new FileEditor(baseEditor));
		doRegisterEditor(registry, Path.class, new PathEditor(baseEditor));
		doRegisterEditor(registry, Reader.class, new ReaderEditor(baseEditor));
		doRegisterEditor(registry, URL.class, new URLEditor(baseEditor));

		ClassLoader classLoader = this.resourceLoader.getClassLoader();
		doRegisterEditor(registry, URI.class, new URIEditor(classLoader));
		doRegisterEditor(registry, Class.class, new ClassEditor(classLoader));
		doRegisterEditor(registry, Class[].class, new ClassArrayEditor(classLoader));

		if (this.resourceLoader instanceof ResourcePatternResolver) {
			doRegisterEditor(registry, Resource[].class,
					new ResourceArrayPropertyEditor((ResourcePatternResolver) this.resourceLoader, this.propertyResolver));

One-way PropertyEditor which can convert from a text String to a, interpreting the gi

ven String as a Spring resource location (e.g. a URL String).

Supports Spring-style URL notation: any fully qualified standard URL ("file:", "http:", etc.) and Spring's special "classpath:" pseudo-URL.

Note that such readers usually do not get closed by Spring itself! @author Juergen Hoeller @since 4.2 @see @see @see @see InputStreamEditor

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