Sanitizer is an interface to be used in conjunction with
URISanitizer is an implementation of the Sanitizer interface to sanitize URIs of different kinds (file, HTTP, HDFS, JDBC etc.) Depending on the visibility, the Sanitizer will return different values: For hierarchical URIs (jdbc://...): PUBLIC: Only return the path of the URI PROTECTED: Same as PUBLIC + query parameters PRIVATE: Same as PROTECTED + URI scheme and authority (host/port) For opaque URIs (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org): PUBLIC: Only return the scheme of the URI, 'mailto:' etc PROTECTED: Same as PUBLIC PRIVATE: The whole URI
Order describes the order in which Property annotations shall be displayed.
Visibility controls whether a certain
Property annotations can be used to send additional information about certain aspects of Cascading classes to the
PropertyConfigured is an annotation to document the configuration key and the default value of a given @Property annotation on the same
PropertyDescription is an annotation that can be used to describe the @Property annotation present on the same
PropertyOrder is an annotation at the class level that controls the sort order of the Property annotations present on that class.
PropertyRegexSanitizer is an annotation to be used in conjunction with a Property annotation to sanitize values containing sensitive information with a given regular expression.
PropertySanitizer is an annotation to be used in conjunction with a Property annotation to sanitize values containing sensitive information.
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