soapcpp2 man page

soapcpp2 ā€” the gSOAP Stub and Skeleton Compiler for C and C++

Synopsis

soapcpp2 [Options] INPUT

Description

Please see /usr/share/doc/gsoap-doc/soapdoc2.html for details.

Create stubs and client and server code from input INPUT or standard input if INPUT is not specified.

Options

-1

Generate SOAP 1.1 bindings.

-2

Generate SOAP 1.2 bindings.

-0

No SOAP bindings, use REST.

-C

Generate client-side code only.

-S

Generate server-side code only.

-T

Generate server-side auto-test code.

-Ec

Generate extra routines for deep copying.

-Ed

Generate extra routines for deep deletion.

-Et

Generate extra routines for data traversals with walker functions.

-L

Do not generate soapClientLib/soapServerLib.

-a

Use SOAPAction with WS-Addressing to invoke server-side operations.

-A

Require SOAPAction to invoke server-side operations.

-b

Serialize byte arrays char[N] as string.

-c

Generate C source code.

-c++

Generate C++ source code (default).

-c++11

Generate C++ source code optimized for C++11 (compile with -std=c++11).

-dpath

Use path to save files.

-e

Generate SOAP RPC encoding style bindings (also use -1 or -2).

-fN

Multiple soapC files, with N serializer definitions per file (N>=10).

-h

Display help info.

-Ipath

use path(s) for #import (paths separated with ':').

-i

Generate C++ service proxies and objects inherited from soap struct.

-j

Generate C++ service proxies and objects that share a soap struct.

-l

Generate linkable modules (experimental).

-m

Generate Matlab(tm) code for MEX compiler (deprecated).

-n

Use service name to rename service functions and namespace table.

-pname

Save files with new prefix name instead of soap.

-Qname

Use name as the C++ namespace for decls, including custom serializers.

-qname

Use name as the C++ namespace for decls, excluding custom serializers.

-r

Generate soapReadme.md report.

-s

Generate deserialization code with strict XML validation checks.

-t

Generate code for fully xsi:type typed SOAP/XML messaging.

-u

Uncomment comments in WSDL/schema output by suppressing XML comments.

-V

Display the current version and exit.

-v

Verbose output.

-w

Do not generate WSDL and schema files.

-x

Do not generate sample XML message files.

-y

Include C/C++ type access information in sample XML messages.

-z1

Compatibility: Generate old-style C++ service proxies and objects.

-z2

Compatibility with 2.7.x: Omit XML output for NULL pointers.

-z3

Compatibility with 2.8.30 and earlier: _param_N is indexed globally.

See Also

wsdl2h(1).

Author

This manual page was written by Thomas Wana <greuff@debian.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).

Referenced By

wsdl2h(1).

Juni 27, 2003