public class BeanPropertyRowMapper<T>
RowMapper implementation that converts a row into a new instance
of the specified mapped target class. The mapped target class must be a
top-level class and it must have a default or no-arg constructor.
Column values are mapped based on matching the column name as obtained from result set
meta-data to public setters for the corresponding properties. The names are matched either
directly or by transforming a name separating the parts with underscores to the same name
using "camel" case.
Mapping is provided for fields in the target class for many common types, e.g.:
String, boolean, Boolean, byte, Byte, short, Short, int, Integer, long, Long,
float, Float, double, Double, BigDecimal, java.util.Date, etc.
To facilitate mapping between columns and fields that don't have matching names,
try using column aliases in the SQL statement like "select fname as first_name from customer".
For 'null' values read from the database, we will attempt to call the setter, but in the case of
Java primitives, this causes a TypeMismatchException. This class can be configured (using the
primitivesDefaultedForNullValue property) to trap this exception and use the primitives default value.
Be aware that if you use the values from the generated bean to update the database the primitive value
will have been set to the primitive's default value instead of null.
Please note that this class is designed to provide convenience rather than high performance.
For best performance, consider using a custom RowMapper implementation.