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WSDL Import customize generated class names, location



Why is the WSDL Import utility hard-wired to force the "base class" for a given WSDL under some abstract class that is named "-Int" ? Generated classes under "-Int" when WSDL's import and user needs specific structure.


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Run the connector wizard for a WSDL and see that its base class name needs to have Int- in its name. 


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In 7.1.x the connector wizard has adopted a naming convention where integration data classes are created in the Int- branch of the class structure.  The Reuse layer (the base class) and the ruleset that the corresponding rules created go to. The only mandatory rule for the base class is that it should named LIKE '%-Int' or LIKE '%-Int-' or just 'Int' or 'Int-'.  

If the current version of the connector wizard does not meet your requirements you can use the 6.3 version of the wizard.

DesignerStudio(Pega Button) -> Integration -> Connectors -> Create Other Integration

Submitted product enhancement request item FDBK-7233.
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Published March 7, 2016 - Updated October 8, 2020

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