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Binds the value of a URI template parameter or a path segment containing the template parameter to a resource method parameter, resource class field, or resource class bean property. The value is URL decoded unless this is disabled using the Encoded annotation. A default value can be specified using the DefaultValue annotation. The type of the annotated parameter, field or property must either:
  • Be, the value will be the final segment of the matching part of the path. See for a means of retrieving all request path segments.
  • Be List<>, the value will be a list of PathSegment corresponding to the path segment(s) that matched the named template parameter. See for a means of retrieving all request path segments.
  • Be a primitive type.
  • Have a constructor that accepts a single String argument.
  • Have a static method named valueOf or fromString that accepts a single String argument (see, for example, Integer.valueOf(String)).

The injected value corresponds to the latest use (in terms of scope) of the path parameter. E.g. if a class and a sub-resource method are both annotated with a Path containing the same URI template parameter, use of PathParam on a subresource method parameter will bind the value matching URI template parameter in the method's Path annotation.

Because injection occurs at object creation time, use of this annotation on resource class fields and bean properties is only supported for the default per-request resource class lifecycle. Resource classes using other lifecycles should only use this annotation on resource method parameters.

See also:
public @interface PathParam {
Defines the name of the URI template parameter whose value will be used to initialize the value of the annotated method parameter, class field or property. See Path.value() for a description of the syntax of template parameters.

E.g. a class annotated with: @Path("widgets/{id}") can have methods annotated whose arguments are annotated with @PathParam("id").

    String value();
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