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<html><head><title>Generate WADL Example</title></head>

      <h1>Generate WADL Example</h1>

<p>The example shows, how to generate a customized WADL for your application offline (without a running jersey app).</p>

<h2>How to run the example</h2>

<h3>Generate the application.wadl</h3>
<p>Build the project, generate the <code>resourcedoc.xml</code> with javadoc and generate the wadl file:
$ mvn compile javadoc:javadoc com.sun.jersey.contribs:maven-wadl-plugin:generate
<p>Afterwards have a look at the <code>target/classes/application.wadl</code>
and at these artifacts:
  <dd>How all this wadl generation stuff is configured</dd>

  <dd>Shows how custom javadoc tags can be used to extend the generated wadl documentation</dd>
  <dd>Shows how you can process your custom tags and add them to the generated <code>resourcedoc.xml</code>.
  An "@example.tag" can be found at <code>ItemsResource.createItem</code></dd>
  <dd>Shows how the custom information added by the ExampleDocProcessor to the <code>resourcedoc.xml</code>
  can be processed by this WadlGenerator and used to extend the generated <code>application.wadl</code></dd>

<h3>Generate a complete application.html</h3>
<p>If you're on unix and have <a href="">xsltproc</a> installed you can simply run mvn package
$ mvn package

<p>and afterwards have a look at the generated <code>target/application.html</code></p>

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