January 2023

  • openapi-processor-spring/micronaut 2023.1

support requestBody $ref

the processor is now able to resolve $ref s of requestBody (This works with all 3 OpenAPI parsers).

openapi: 3.1.0
info:
  title: components requestBodies
  version: '1.0'

paths:
  /foo:
    post:
      responses:
        '200':
          description: ok
          content:
            application/json:
              schema:
                type: string
      requestBody:
        $ref: '#/components/requestBodies/Foo'  (1)

components:
  requestBodies:
    Foo:
      content:
        application/json:
          schema:
            type: object
            properties:
              foo:
                type: string
1 $ref is direct child of requestBody.

annotation mapping support for simple data types

it is now possible to add an annotation mapping for simple data types (format works too):

openapi-processor-mapping: v3

map:
  types:
    - type: string:uuid => java.util.UUID
    - type: string:uuid @ annotation.Bar

openapi-processor will add it on any string:uuid property used in the generated model classes:

@Generated
public class Foo {

    @Bar
    @JsonProperty("foo")
    private UUID foo;

     // ....
}

annotation mapping support for mapped types

in the previous version an annotation mapping was lost if the type was mapped at the same time to an existing class. It will now add the annotation to the existing class if possible.

Assume the following mapping:

openapi-processor-mapping: v3

options:

map:
  types:
    - type: Foo => openapiprocessor.MappedFoo
    - type: Foo @ annotation.Bar  (1)

  parameters:
     - type: Foo @ annotation.Bar (2)

MappedFoo is a class that is not generated. Adding an annotation at the parameter level works as expected (mapping <2>). But it is not possible to add the Bar annotation directly at the class (mapping <1>):

@Bar
@Generated
public class Foo {
    // ....
}

instead, openapi-processor will add it on any MappedFoo property used in the generated model classes:

@Generated
public class FooBar {

    @Bar
    @JsonProperty("foo")
    private MappedFoo foo;

     // ....
}

bean validation v3 support

Spring Boot 3 updates bean validations to v3. In v3 the package name changed from javax to jakarta. It is now possible to select between the v2 & v3 version in the mapping.yaml.

the new mapping schema v3 adds javax and jakarta as possible values for the bean-validation option. true/false will still work as before.

# use v3 for proper validation of the mapping file
openapi-processor-mapping: v3

options:
  # no bean validation, as before
  bean-validation: false

  # enable bean validation, as before (will use `javax...`)
  bean-validation: true

  # new: enable bean validation with `javax...`
  bean-validation: javax

  # new: enable bean validation with `jakarta...`
  bean-validation: jakarta

bean validation support on mapped data types

openapi-processor now preserves bean validation annotations when the source data type is mapped to an existing class. This is most interesting for the @Valid annotation.

It adds the annotations it would add on the source data type. In previous versions the annotations got lost when the data type was mapped to an existing class. Without`@Valid` the validation would not be triggered on the mapped object.

having this OpenAPI description

openapi: 3.1.0
info:
  title: mapped bean validation
  version: 1.0.0

paths:
  /foo:
    post:
      requestBody:
        content:
          application/json:
            schema:
              $ref: '#/components/schemas/Foo'
      responses:
        204:
          description: none

components:
  schemas:
    Foo:
      type: object
      properties:
        foo:
          type: integer
          minimum: 0

the endpoint looks like this without a mapping that replaces Foo (ignore the @Mapping/@Parameter annotations, this is pseudo code used by the integration tests):

package generated.api;

import annotation.Mapping;
import annotation.Parameter;
import generated.model.Foo;
import javax.validation.Valid;

public interface Api {

    @Mapping("/foo")
    void postFoo(@Parameter @Valid Foo body);   // has @Valid annotation

}

with a mapping that replaces Foo with Bar

openapi-processor-mapping: v3

options:
  package-name: generated
  bean-validation: true

map:
  types:
    - type: Foo => openapiprocessor.Bar

it will now generate the endpoint with a @Valid on the mapped data type.

package generated.api;

import annotation.Mapping;
import annotation.Parameter;
import javax.validation.Valid;
import openapiprocessor.Bar;

public interface Api {

    @Mapping("/foo")
    void postFoo(@Parameter @Valid Bar body);   // new: has @Valid annotation

}