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Java Class Q&A » constant » Annotation 

1. Should I make a constants class for my annotations?    stackoverflow.com

Which is better?

  1. @SuppressWarnings("unchecked")
  2. @SuppressWarnings(AnnotationConstants.UNCHECKED)
Where AnnotationConstants is a typical constants class...
public final class AnnotationConstants {
    private AnnotationConstants() { }

    public static final String UNCHECKED = "unchecked";

  ...

2. Constants and annotation    stackoverflow.com

This may be a silly question, due to missing some understanding of java but I have this code:

@Stateless
@WebService
public class MLHRequesterBean implements MLHRequesterBeanRemote {

    private final static String sel ...

3. How to supply value to an annotation from a Constant java    stackoverflow.com

I am thinking this may not be possible in Java because annotation and its parameters are resolved at compile time. I have an interface as follows,

public interface FieldValues {
   ...

4. Using String.format() as annotation attribute value    stackoverflow.com

I have a class that have a number of constants:

public class SecurityConstants {
    private static final String HAS_ROLE_TEMPLATE = "hasRole('%s')";

    public static final String ROLE_USER_INTERNAL ...

5. Annotations for Enum Constants    coderanch.com

Dear Friends Thank you for your updates. I am aware of the solutions which you suggested but my real problem is much more complex and I just explained it with a simple example I want to find out why is it not possible to get the Annotation via reflection I am sure that I am doing something wrong otherwise it should ...

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