.TH KDWSDL2CPP "1" "October 2020" "KDAB's WSDL to C++ compiler 2.1" "User Commands"
kdwsdl2cpp \- KDAB's WSDL to C++ compiler
Header file: \fB\,kdwsdl2cpp\/\fR [options] \fB\-o\fR <headerfile> <wsdlfile>
Impl. file: \fB\,kdwsdl2cpp\/\fR [options] \fB\-o\fR <cppfile> \fB\-impl\fR <headerfile> <wsdlfile>
Both files : \fB\,kdwsdl2cpp\/\fR [options] \fB\-both\fR <basefile> <wsdlfile>
display this help and exit
name of the service to generate
output the generated file into <file>
generate the implementation(.cpp) file, and #include <headerfile>
generate both the header(.h) and the implementation(.cpp) file
generate server\-side base class, instead of client service
set the export declaration to use for generated classes
put all generated classes into the given C++ namespace
add the uri=code mapping
if <mapping> begins with '@', read from file instead
one entry per line
(affects the generated class names)
use <type> as the getter return value for optional elements.
<type> can be either raw\-pointer, boost\-optional or std\-optional
keep the wsdl unused types to the cpp generation step
\fB\-import\-path\fR <importpath> search for files first in this path before
downloading them. may be specified multiple times.
the file needs to be located at:
only use local files instead of downloading them
automatically. this can be used to force the correct
use of the import\-path option
When groups or basic types could not be found, display
available types (helps with wrong namespaces)
Load a certificate from a PKCS12 file. You can use this option
if the WSDL file (or files refering to it) is served from a
location which require certificate based authentication
Pass the password for the certificate file if required.
This option is not secure and should be used with caution
if other users of the machine are capable to see the running processes ran by the current user.
kdwsdl2cpp was written by Tobias Koenig <email@example.com>.
This manual page was written by Thomas Pierson <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the
\fBDebian\fP system (and may be used by others). Permission is granted to
copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General
Public License, Version 3 any later version published by the Free Software