Annotation Type NameBinding

    public @interface NameBinding
    Meta-annotation used to create name binding annotations for filters and interceptors.

    Name binding via annotations is only supported as part of the Server API. In name binding, a name-binding annotation is first defined using the @NameBinding meta-annotation:

      @Target({ ElementType.TYPE, ElementType.METHOD })
      @Retention(value = RetentionPolicy.RUNTIME)
      public @interface Logged { }
    The defined name-binding annotation is then used to decorate a filter or interceptor class (more than one filter or interceptor may be decorated with the same name-binding annotation):
      public class LoggingFilter
              implements ContainerRequestFilter, ContainerResponseFilter {
    At last, the name-binding annotation is applied to the resource method(s) to which the name-bound JAX-RS provider(s) should be bound to:
      public class MyResourceClass {
          public String hello(@PathParam("name") String name) {
              return "Hello " + name;
    A name-binding annotation may also be attached to a custom JAX-RS Application subclass. In such case a name-bound JAX-RS provider bound by the annotation will be applied to all resource and sub-resource methods in the JAX-RS application:
      public class MyApplication extends {