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I know @JsonProperty annotation can be used in the class of instance fields,which means in the view section what I want to show variable name, it is okay, but what if what annotation do we have to use to show the name of the class as I want in the view section?

For Example This is my dto class and I want to show in the view section like this:

public class PlasticInfoDto {

    private String firstName;

    private String lastName;


"PlasticInfo": {
"FirstName": "",
"LastName": ""

What I have tried:

I think using @JsonProperty annotation is may be can be used?
Richard Deeming 9-Dec-21 4:32am    
Your expected "JSON" output is not valid JSON. That would only work if the output was part of a parent object, in which case you would use @JsonProperty on the property/field in the parent class to determine the property name in the JSON output.

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