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From Daniel Kulp <>
Subject Re: CXF-3129 and JUnit test cases
Date Thu, 02 Dec 2010 04:56:06 GMT
On Wednesday 01 December 2010 10:15:36 pm Nithya Sivasubramaniam wrote:
> Hi,
> I am looking at fixing some open issues in jira. I am new to CXF, so I
> thought I would get started with some simple ones. I am currently looking
> at defect 'CXF-3129 - wsdl2java: place @Generated annotation on generated
> code'.
> Since jaxb-xjc already has such an option (-markgenerated), I passed in
> this option when CXF calls XJC. At first look, that seems to work. 

That covers the stuff XJC generates, but not the stuff we generate.  Thus, 
that is PART of the solution, but not all of it.   The place to look would be 
in the velocity templates in:

> I still
> have to test some more scenarios. I will create a patch with the fix and
> some test cases soon. In the meanwhile, if anyone has any
> comments/suggestions on how to go about this, please let me know. Maybe
> adding the @Generated annotation can be made optional by having a flag in
> wsdl2java?

That's probably a good idea.    The starting point for that would be to add 
the flag to the jaxws-toolspec.xml file.   That would get it parsed and into 
the ToolContext that is passed around where you can query it where needed.

> Also, I saw in the CXF website that one other area to contribute is by
> writing junit test cases. Does anyone have any particular area in mind that
> I can work on, that is also easy enough for me to get involved?
> Thanks,
> Nithya

A suggestion would be to look at the code coverage metrics at:

and find someplace that is pretty low but also interesting and start working 
on boosting the coverage in areas.   You could definitely learn about some 
areas of the code while helping to boost the code coverage.

Daniel Kulp

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