Created by: dbluhm
I found that the previous
@JsonCreator method had some flaws in practice. For instance, if your JSON you're deserializing from omits any of the default fields of DataElements, deserialization would fail due to
@NonNull being used. Removing that, you get
nulls instead of the defaults declared on the DataElement.
Using the Builder form here, we get to use sparse JSON and have the defaults placed correctly when using sparse JSON.