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SCA Java Tools

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+ The following tools are available to support users of the SCA Java Runtime: +

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  • XSD2Java
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  • WSDL2Java
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XSD2Java Tool

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+ The XSD2Java tool is designed to create a set of SDO Java classes which represent the + data structure defined by an XSD file. +

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+ Java programmers who need to deal with service data that is defined in terms of XML XSD data + definitions will typically find it simpler to have that data rendered as SDO classes and use + SDO programming interfaces to deal with the data. The XSD2Java tool will produce the set of + SDO Java classes which are equivalent to the data definitions held in the XSD file(s). +

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+ XSD2Java is available both as a Command run from the command line and also as a Java class. +

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Usage

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+ xsd2java -f [XSD file] +

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+ java org.apache.tuscany.tools.XSD2Java -f [XSD file] +

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WSDL2Java Tool

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+ The WSDL2Java tool is designed to create a Java interface file, plus an associated set of SDO + Java classes, from a WSDL file. +

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+ Java programmers will typically find it much easier to use service interfaces which are defined + as Java interfaces rather than using interfaces which are defined using WSDL. The idea of the + WSDL2Java tool is to create a Java interface definition which is the equivalent of the WSDL + definition for a service. +

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Usage

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+ wsdl2java -f [WSDL file] +

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+ java org.apache.tuscany.tools.WSDL2Java -f [WSDL file] +

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