Class Converter.IdentityConverter

  • Enclosing class:

    public static class Converter.IdentityConverter
    extends Converter
    Converter that does nothing - it returns the input unchanged
    • Constructor Detail

      • IdentityConverter

        public IdentityConverter()
    • Method Detail

      • convert

        public ConversionResult convert​(AtomicValue input)
        Description copied from class: Converter
        Convert an atomic value from the source type to the target type
        Specified by:
        convert in class Converter
        input - the atomic value to be converted, which the caller guarantees to be of the appropriate type for the converter. The results are undefined if the value is of the wrong type; possible outcomes are (apparent) success, or a ClassCastException.
        the result of the conversion, as an AtomicValue, if conversion succeeds, or a ValidationFailure object describing the reasons for failure if conversion is not possible. Note that the ValidationFailure object is not (and does not contain) an exception, because it does not necessarily result in an error being thrown, and creating exceptions on non-failure paths is expensive.
      • isAlwaysSuccessful

        public boolean isAlwaysSuccessful()
        Description copied from class: Converter
        Ask if this converter will always succeed
        isAlwaysSuccessful in class Converter
        true if this Converter will never return a ValidationFailure