opencsv has the concept of a mapping strategy. This is what translates a column from an input file into a field in a bean or vice versa. As we have already implied in the documentation of the annotations, there are two basic mapping strategies: Mapping by header name and mapping by column position. These are incarnated in HeaderColumnNameMappingStrategy and ColumnPositionMappingStrategy respectively. There is one more addendum to the header name mapping strategy: If you need to translate names from the input file to field names and you are not using annotations, you will need to use HeaderColumnNameTranslateMappingStrategy .
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