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 package com.sun.jersey.server.linking;
 
Specifies a link injection target in a returned representation bean. May be used on fields of type String or URI. One of value() or resource() must be specified.
 
 public @interface Ref {
    
Styles of URI supported
 
     public enum Style {
        
An absolute URI. The URI template will be prefixed with the absolute base URI of the application.
 
         ABSOLUTE,
        
        
An absolute path. The URI template will be prefixed with the absolute base path of the application.
 
         ABSOLUTE_PATH,

        
A relative path. The URI template will be converted to a relative path with no prefix.
 
         RELATIVE_PATH
 
     };

    
The style of URI to inject
 
     Style style() default .;

    
Specifies a URI template that will be used to build the injected URI. The template may contain both URI template parameters (e.g. {id}) and EL expressions (e.g. ${instance.id}) using the same implicit beans as Binding.value(). URI template parameter values are resolved as described in resource(). E.g. the following three alternatives are equivalent:
 @Ref("{id}")
 @Ref(value="{id}", bindings={
   @Binding(name="id" value="${instance.id}"}
 )
 @Ref("${instance.id}")
 
 
    String value() default "";

    
Specifies a resource class whose

Path:
URI template will be used to build the injected URI. Embedded URI template parameter values are resolved as follows:
  1. If the bindings() property contains a binding specification for the parameter then that is used
  2. Otherwise an implicit binding is used that extracts the value of a bean property by the same name as the URI template from the implicit instance bean (see Binding).

E.g. assuming a resource class SomeResource with the following @Path("{id}") annotation, the following two alternatives are therefore equivalent:

 @Ref(resource=SomeResource.class)
 @Ref(resource=SomeResource.class, bindings={
   @Binding(name="id" value="${instance.id}"}
 )
 
    Class<?> resource() default Class.class;

    
Used in conjunction with resource() to specify a subresource locator or method. The value is the name of the method. The value of the method's

Path:
annotation will be appended to the value of the class-level @Path annotation separated by '/' if necessary.
    String method() default "";

    
Specifies the bindings for embedded URI template parameters.

See also:
Binding
    Binding[] bindings() default {};

    
Specifies a boolean EL expression whose value determines whether a Ref is set (true) or not (false). Omission of a condition will always insert a ref.
    String condition() default "";
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