Axis 1.X WSDL2Java

Applies to ReadyAPI 3.9, last modified on July 30, 2021

Apache Axis is an implementation of the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) submission to W3C.

For more information, see https://axis.apache.org/axis/java/index.html.

You can find the installation guide for Apache Axis in Apache documentation.

Basic Tab

On the Basic tab, you can configure the export parameters.

The Basic tab

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Option Description

WSDL

The path to the definition file to use.

Use cached WSDL

Select to use the WSDL definition cached in ReadyAPI.

Output Directory

The full path to the folder to save the files to.

Server-side

Select to create web service server bindings.

All

Select to generate code for all elements in WSDL.

DeployScope

Select a deploy scope.

Possible values: Application, Session, Request.

SkeletonDeploy

Select if you want to use the skeleton deploy.

Possible values: True, False.

NoImports

Select to skip import commands when generating code.

NoWrapped

Select to disable wrapped doc-literal support.

TestCase

Select to create JUnit test case classes for the web service.

HelperGen

Select to create helper classes for metadata.

WrapArrays

Select to use the JavaBean class when possible.

Advanced Tab

On the Advanced tab, you can configure the parameters of the generated service.

The Advanced tab

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Option Description

TypeMappingVersion

The mapping type version to use.

Possible values: 1.1, 1.2.

ImplementationClassName

The class name to use for code implementation.

Factory

The factory target.

Target Package

The generated package name.

Namespace Mapping

Maps WSDL namespaces to generated Java packages.

User

The username for the connection.

Password

The password of the specified user.

Custom Args Tab

On the Custom Args tab, you can specify tool arguments you cannot configure using the dialog options. Use the Java Args edit box to specify command-line arguments for a Java VM, and the Tool Args edit box to specify command-line arguments for the tool.

The Custom Args tab

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See Also

Code Generation in ReadyAPI
Running SOAP Code Generation Tools

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