org.restlet.resource
Annotation Type Put


@Documented
@Retention(value=RUNTIME)
@Target(value=METHOD)
public @interface Put

Annotation for methods that store submitted representations. Its semantics is equivalent to an HTTP PUT method. Note that your method must have one input parameter if you want it to be selected for requests containing an entity.

Example:

 @Put
 public MyOutputBean store(MyInputBean input);
 
 @Put("json")
 public String storeJson(String value);
 
 @Put("json|xml:xml|json")
 public Representation store(Representation value);
 

Author:
Jerome Louvel

Optional Element Summary
 String value
          Specifies the media type of the request and response entities as extensions.
 

value

public abstract String value
Specifies the media type of the request and response entities as extensions. If only one extension is provided, the extension applies to both request and response entities. If two extensions are provided, separated by a colon, then the first one is for the request entity and the second one for the response entity.

If several media types are supported, their extension can be specified separated by "|" characters. Note that this isn't the full MIME type value, just the extension name declared in MetadataService. For a list of all predefined extensions, please check MetadataService.addCommonExtensions(). New extension can be registered using MetadataService.addExtension(String, org.restlet.data.Metadata) method.

Returns:
The media types of request and/or response entities.
Default:
""


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