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izeAll will output { "a": 1, "b": { "c": 2 }, "d": null } A: Edit: I updated this answer as I now understand how the OP is using this library. You can use the first constructor that takes a Map for the entire request body. For example, if you are using a RestTemplate: Map map = new HashMap(); map.put("a", "1"); map.put("b", new Map() {{ put("c", "2"); }}); map.put("d", null); RestTemplate restTemplate = new RestTemplate(); Map body = new HashMap(); body.putAll(map); restTemplate.postForObject( "", body, Map.class); The output of this call would be: "a": "1", "c": "2" The RestTemplate uses a default set of converters from Jackson 2.x (which is used by default if a Jackson converter is not explicitly provided) for converting the map into a single-valued object (i.e. Map). The required Jackson converters are defined in the org.springframework.http.converter.json.Jackson2HttpMessageConverter class. Original answer: I was recently looking into the source code of the library and found that the serialization functionality relies on a default set of converters. You can configure the converters with the method addDefaultHttpMessageConverters(HttpMessageConverters) and pass a Map, HttpMessageConverter> to it. If you provide a JacksonHttpMessageConverter as a default converter, it is also used for the internal parsing of the body. I did not find any way to configure what converter is used for the conversion from a Map

 

 

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