The Mybatis documentation says:
Java Annotations are unfortunately limited in their expressiveness and flexibility. Despite a lot of time spent in investigation, design and trials, the most powerful MyBatis mappings simply cannot be built with Annotations.
The plugin provides you many aspects to make it easier to edit mapper annotations, such as auto-completion, navigation, refactoring and so on. You may have seen some examples of how you can work with mapper annotations in previous documentation.
There are also bunches of inspections and quick fixes available there to help avoid common mistakes while you're editing mapper annotations. Let's see some examples:
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