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JaySvcUtil is a command-line application that allows you to create client side environments based on OData service definitions it downloads.
The target application is generated as soon as the service is downloaded from the default download location.
For the gatherers of information and those looking for a convenient way to auto-generate multi-tenant service environments, the JaySvcUtil comes in handy.
In general, it does the following:
* provides the client environment file(s) for the OData service.
* downloads the OData service via the default download client.
* downloads the corresponding definition(s) files (wadl and context files).
* generates the Java source file(s) from the downloaded file(s).
* makes all the necessary java_class_path / java_script_path entries.
* is also able to generate the odata-client jar file.
JaySvcUtil Usage:
The following command shows you how to use JaySvcUtil:
JaySvcUtil.sh [-h|-?] [-o|–odata-version ODataServiceVersion] [-a|–application-name ApplicationName] [-s|–service-name [ServiceName]] [-j|–java-source-uri JavaUri] [-u|–uri Uri]
-h, –help show this help message and exit -o, –odata-version ODataServiceVersion
specify the OData service version to generate the environments for, defaults to the currently
checked in branch (3.0.0) -a, –application-name ApplicationName
specify the name of the OData service (application) to generate the client environments for, defaults to the currently checked in branch (3.0.0) -s, –service-name [ServiceName]
specify the name of the OData service to generate the client environments for, defaults to the currently checked in branch (3.0.0) -j, –java-source-uri JavaUri
specify the location of the odata-client jar file to generate (defaults to /usr/share/jay-services/bin/
configurations) -u, –uri Uri
specify the absolute path to the OData service service definition files to generate (default

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JaySvcUtil is a utility for creating a dummy OData Service.

Copyright (C) 2008-2009 Mark Heath

N.B:This software is released under the terms of the GNU Lesser General
Public License version 2.1 which can be found in the COPYING file.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
COPYING file for more details.


Example Usage:

To generate the dummy OData service context file:

./JaySvcUtil.exe /c:\JaySvcUtilContext.cs.xml /n:

To generate the JScript file:

./JaySvcUtil.exe /c:\JaySvcUtilContext.cs.xml /n: /s:NS_Service.JScript.Service /o:NS_Service.JScript.Service.js

Exporting Credentials to External Context File:

You can use the /exportcredentials switch to generate credentials in an external.xml file.
This can be used by yourself or others to automate the use of JaySvcUtil.

You can generate credentials in the specified file either by specifying the path with the /credentials switch or by specifying it with the /exportcredentials switch.

Note that JaySvcUtil exports the credentials to a file on disk when it runs for the first time.
When the first time JaySvcUtil is run, it will delete the file if it exists.
The credentials will be re-written the next time JaySvcUtil is run.

Examining the Context File:
You can view the OData service context file for the service.
It contains the linkages to the service endpoint urls and service operations.
You can view the context file for your service here (

Examining the JavaScript Client File:
You can view the JavaScript client file for the service.
It contains the client context

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JaySvcUtil aims at generating the Java sources automatically from the OData service definitions. In its current state it is able to discover all the relations (and non-relations) available in a WCF web service. Also it checks the return types of the service operations.
JaySvcUtil Requirements:

You need to provide an URL to an OData web service with WCF Data Services
Browsers requirement: JavaScript enabled

Generating JSON-based client environment with JaySvcUtil:

In order to use JaySvcUtil you only need two steps:

Use JaySvcUtil to download an OData service definition from the web: wsimport -d. -p file.ejb -o. odata.xml
On the file.ejb location change the context of your JaySvcUtil execution with -c file.ejb
Open you JaySvcUtil execution and use the switch “-a” to automatically generate Java files based on the OData service definitions downloaded by JaySvcUtil.

Compiling JaySvcUtil

I have a compilation error at the 1th of the following line (dsom.cpp:27:33) in JaySvcUtil:
return __int64 __stdcall DataSourceOperations::Count(const _Variant_t & __inParam0);

I googled for a while and I found the problem with the version of JaySvcUtil (or wsimport). My installation is based on JaySvcUtil-0.3.4. But the current version (1.0.0) requires at least JaySvcUtil-0.3.5.
Is it possible to update a command-line application?

I tried to update JaySvcUtil via the following command on the E:\dev\dsp\jay-service-c\trunk\build\jay-service-c\bin directory :
wsimport -v 0.3.5 -p C:\Users\myuser\.wsimport\basic.xml -o C:\temp -c C:\basic.ejb -d. myservice.wsdl

I have the following error:
Importing schema for complex types results in an error while compiling myservice.wsdl
importing was successfully completed.
adding imported complex type ”

What’s New In JaySvcUtil?

JaySvcUtil allows you to generate a client for a given OData service.


JaySvcUtil allows you to generate a client for a given OData service.
This is based on the functionality of a command-line application that uses the Microsoft OData Service Description (ODataSD.exe).
The main purpose of JaySvcUtil is to simplify the work of generating a Java client for a OData service and to ensure that it is fully compliant with all the ODataSD limitations.

JaySvcUtil Screenshot:


JaySvcUtil Usage:

Create a directory for the jar file containing the JaySvcUtil runtime.

Run the appropriate command.


JaySvcUtil Examples:

Create a client for a OData service: JaySvcUtil creates a new project in the project manager.

Run the command after checking a few parameters:


p:project name
e:export directory path (default: export)
s:servicename (if service has default namespace)
g:generate client folder (if needed)
t:targetdirectory path (default: directory containing the client jar file)
i:intermediate folder path (default: project folder)
c:context file path (default: context file path in \Generated\Client\bin)
b:base classpath (relative to project directory)
t:target classpath
v:client version (default: “.x.y.z”)
n:new project name (default: “.x.y.z“)
m:build only

You can change the default value of `c’ in the following cases:

Set $c to a public URI of the context file, for example,
If the context file is in the workspace, you can set the build only parameter to `y’ to skip generating the client project.
In this case, the -n parameter will be ignored.

JaySvcUtil reads the ServiceDescription.csdef and CsServiceDescriptor.csdesc file to get the context file and ServiceDescriptor class.

The ServiceDescriptor class contains information on the service

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 7/8/8.1/10 64-bit
Processor: Intel Core i5 1.6 GHz or better
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Storage: 6 GB available space
Graphics: DirectX 11 graphics card with 1 GB RAM
Additional Notes: Due to the use of the system’s audio system, a standard audio device is required. No dedicated sound card is required. If the sound device is a USB headset, it will be used.
OS: Windows 7/8


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