While we could make this work in our Jackson transformer, wouldn't it be better to use a numeric (long) representation of the date in your URL (instead of the String representation)?
The requirements for @QueryParam and @PathParam technically allow java.util.Date to be used but the constructor taking a single String argument in Date is deprecated:
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In case you can't (or don't want to) change to a numeric representation of java.util.Date in your @Params you can upgrade to 2.4.4-SNAPSHOT or 3.0-SNAPSHOT now. I've pushed a fix for this.
First of all, thank you for your quick answer!
Indeed i could have changed my date representation.
My point was just that it could be nice to be able to use dates as they are used in object attributes, but as i can notice, it is already fixed in next version so great, and thank you again for this project that made me save a lot of time!