What do you mean by a tool? Is it command line tool  or maven plugin or
eclipse plugin?

On Fri, Sep 9, 2016 at 2:07 AM, Rajjaz Mohammed <raj...@wso2.com> wrote:

>
> Hi,
>>
>> ​We have currently 150+ connectors in store
>> <https://store.wso2.com/store/>. Using those we can easily build
>> integration use cases with WSO2 ESB.
>>
>> However there are some apis that resides on premises and specific to some
>> users. If we need to integrate such services, we either need to manually do
>> the integration with ESB or develop a connector and use it.
>>
>> The idea of this project is to automate the development of connectors
>> that makes the integration tasks more productive.
>>
>> So we are planning to start this with soap based connectors and move to
>> rest based support later.
>>
>> For soap based connector generation we basically need to parse the wsdl
>> and generate a connector operation per soap operation.
>>
>> For that we can use WSDL4J. Using this we can get the required operations
>> and request/response messages required. Using this information we can build
>> the connector operations.(Sequence Templates)
>>
>> eg:
>> String wsdlPath = "/home/wso2/Desktop/ConnectorTest.wsdl";
>> WSDLReader reader = javax.wsdl.factory.WSDLFactory
>> .newInstance().newWSDLReader();
>> javax.wsdl.Definition defn = reader.readWSDL(wsdlPath);
>>
>> Map <javax.xml.namespace.QName , ServiceImpl>tmp = defn.getAllServices();
>>
>> for(javax.xml.namespace.QName  key:tmp.keySet()){
>> ServiceImpl serviceImpl = tmp.get(key);
>> Map <String,PortImpl> mPorts = serviceImpl.getPorts();
>> for(String k1:mPorts.keySet()){
>> PortImpl portImpl = mPorts.get(k1);
>> List<BindingOperationImpl> bindingOperations =
>> portImpl.getBinding().getBindingOperations();
>> for(BindingOperationImpl bindingOperation:bindingOperations){
>> System.out.println("operation:" + bindingOperation.getName());
>> BindingInput bindingInput = bindingOperation.getBindingInput();
>> }
>> }
>> }
>> Map messages = defn.getMessages();
>> Iterator msgIterator = messages.values().iterator();
>> while (msgIterator.hasNext()){
>> Message msg = (Message)msgIterator.next();
>> if (!msg.isUndefined()) {
>>      System.out.println(msg.getQName());
>> }
>> }
>> Thoughts?
>>
>>
> Hi All,
>
> I have the plan to implement ESB connector auto-generation tool. Plase add
> if anything more to above explanation about the tool.
>
> Best Regards,
>>
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>
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>
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