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From "Thilo Frotscher (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (AXIS2-663) WSDL2Java: allow user to specify separate destination folders for src and resources
Date Thu, 04 May 2006 13:37:17 GMT
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Thilo Frotscher commented on AXIS2-663:

Exactly that's the problem...that WSDL2Java generates code with only a single service in mind.
The problem arises, when you have to use WSDL2Java more than once in the same project. It
happens quite often that you want to implement more than one service in the same project (or
clients for more than one service in the same project).
In this case, you would run WSDL2Java several times, and then the generated files overwrite
each other. That's why it would be great to have the ability to separate the results of multiple
WSDL2Java calls from each other.

> WSDL2Java: allow user to specify separate destination folders for src and resources
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>          Key: AXIS2-663
>          URL:
>      Project: Apache Axis 2.0 (Axis2)
>         Type: Improvement

>   Components: Tools
>     Versions: 1.0
>  Environment: Axis2 1.0 RC5
>     Reporter: Thilo Frotscher

> WSDL2Java generates source code, resources (service.xml, wsdl, xsd) and a build.xml file.
> The user can specify a destination folder for all of these files, but they all go into
the same folder.
> When generating code for more than one service, you'll generally want to have the source
code for all services in the same src-folder.
> That's why you would specify the same destination folder for all services. However, in
this causes the problem that the build.xml files 
> and the resources for all the services go into the same folder as well and interfere
with each other, or a overwritten respectively.
> Therefore, it would be great if the user could specify two separate destination folders:
one for the source code and the second one for 
> the build file and the resources. Of course, the build files would have to reflect the
new folder structure.
> Alternative suggestion: WSDL2Java could do this automatically by introducing a service-specific
> under resouces:
> /resources/MyService1/service.xml
> /resources/MyService1/MyService.wsdl
> /resources/MyService1/MyService.xsd
> /resources/MyService2/service.xml
> /resources/MyService2/MyService.wsdl
> /resources/MyService2/MyService.xsd
> For the build files a similar solution could be used.

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