Do you have multiple parameters annotated with @RequestParam in a request mapping method and feel it isn’t readable?
The annotation looks pretty straightforward when there’s one or two input parameters expected in a request but when the list gets longer you might feel overwhelmed.
You cannot use the @RequestParam annotation inside objects but it doesn’t mean you’re left with no other solution. In this post, I’m going to show you how to bind multiple request parameters to an object in Spring application.
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Since you’re here, you probably reach the point in which standard annotations like @NotNull or @Size don’t meet your expectations. Fortunately, I have good news for you. Creating a custom validation annotation is pretty easy. In this post, you will learn how to create a custom constraint annotation and a corresponding validator class. You will also see how to use Spring beans inside a custom validator.
Let’s just right into it.
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