In the Spring Integration Reference Manual, we have this part of the TOC
- 2.4. Message Endpoints
- 2.4.1. Transformer
- 2.4.2. Filter
- 2.4.3. Router
- 2.4.4. Splitter
- 2.4.5. Aggregator
- 2.4.6. Service Activator
- 2.4.7. Channel Adapter
and in the section B.5. Annotation Support, We have
Only six are mentioned, @Filter is missing and it exists according with the APIExactly what it means for the method to "handle" the Message depends on the particular annotation. The following are available with Spring Integration, and the behavior of each is described in its own chapter or section within this reference: @Transformer, @Router, @Splitter, @Aggregator, @ServiceActivator, and @ChannelAdapter.
Should I arise a JIRA issue about this trivial situation?
Some reader would be confused
Furthermore, neither mention in some snippet code nor theory part about @Filter appear throughout the SI documentation. Practically @Filter not exists in the documentation