Adding Options to a Project File Vs. Adding them to the Command Line
Adding options to a project file requires a slightly different syntax than adding them to the command line. The command line accepts options prefaced with “no”, such as “nohtml” or “noserver,” while the project file instead requires a simple option value of “false”.
For example, to override the default setting html that always generates documentation, on the command line, you would enter:
prompt> rwsfgen -projectname MyProject -nohtml HelloWorld.wsdl
However, in a project file, you would enter:
<option name='html' value='false'/>
For a list of all generator options, see Table 13, Code generator options.