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openapi-generator-maven-plugin

A Maven plugin to support the OpenAPI generator project

Usage

Add to your build->plugins section (default phase is generate-sources phase)

<plugin>
    <groupId>org.openapitools</groupId>
    <artifactId>openapi-generator-maven-plugin</artifactId>
    <version>4.0.0</version>
    <executions>
        <execution>
            <goals>
                <goal>generate</goal>
            </goals>
            <configuration>
                <inputSpec>${project.basedir}/src/main/resources/api.yaml</inputSpec>
                <generatorName>java</generatorName>
                <configOptions>
                   <sourceFolder>src/gen/java/main</sourceFolder>
                </configOptions>
            </configuration>
        </execution>
    </executions>
</plugin>

Followed by:

mvn clean compile

General Configuration parameters

💡 These general configurations should be in the same level

  • inputSpec - OpenAPI Spec file path
  • language - target generation language (deprecated, replaced by generatorName as values here don't represent only 'language' any longer)
  • generatorName - target generator name
  • output - target output path (default is ${project.build.directory}/generated-sources/openapi. Can also be set globally through the openapi.generator.maven.plugin.output property)
  • templateDirectory - directory with mustache templates
  • addCompileSourceRoot - add the output directory to the project as a source root (true by default)
  • modelPackage - the package to use for generated model objects/classes
  • apiPackage - the package to use for generated api objects/classes
  • invokerPackage - the package to use for the generated invoker objects
  • modelNamePrefix and modelNameSuffix - Sets the pre- or suffix for model classes and enums
  • withXml - enable XML annotations inside the generated models and API (only works with Java language and libraries that provide support for JSON and XML)
  • configOptions - a map of language-specific parameters. To show a full list of generator-specified parameters (options), please use configHelp (explained below)
  • configHelp - dumps the configuration help for the specified library (generates no sources)
  • ignoreFileOverride - specifies the full path to a .openapi-generator-ignore used for pattern based overrides of generated outputs
  • removeOperationIdPrefix - remove operationId prefix (e.g. user_getName => getName)
  • logToStderr - write all log messages (not just errors) to STDOUT
  • enablePostProcessFile - enable file post-processing hook
  • skipValidateSpec - Whether or not to skip validating the input spec prior to generation. By default, invalid specifications will result in an error.
  • strictSpec - Whether or not to treat an input document strictly against the spec. 'MUST' and 'SHALL' wording in OpenAPI spec is strictly adhered to. e.g. when false, no fixes will be applied to documents which pass validation but don't follow the spec.
  • generateAliasAsModel - generate alias (array, map) as model
  • generateApis - generate the apis (true by default)
  • generateApiTests - generate the api tests (true by default. Only available if generateApis is true)
  • generateApiDocumentation - generate the api documentation (true by default. Only available if generateApis is true)
  • generateModels - generate the models (true by default)
  • modelsToGenerate - A comma separated list of models to generate. All models is the default.
  • generateModelTests - generate the model tests (true by default. Only available if generateModels is true)
  • generateModelDocumentation - generate the model documentation (true by default. Only available if generateModels is true)
  • generateSupportingFiles - generate the supporting files (true by default)
  • supportingFilesToGenerate - A comma separated list of supporting files to generate. All files is the default.
  • skip - skip code generation (false by default. Can also be set globally through the codegen.skip property)
  • verbose - verbose mode (false by default)
  • groupId, artifactId and artifactVersion - sets project information in generated pom.xml/build.gradle or other build script. Language-specific conversions occur in non-jvm generators
  • gitUserId and gitRepoId - sets git information of the project
  • auth - adds authorization headers when fetching the OpenAPI definitions remotely. Pass in a URL-encoded string of name:header with a comma separating multiple values
  • configurationFile - Path to separate json configuration file. File content should be in a json format {"optionKey":"optionValue", "optionKey1":"optionValue1"...} Supported options can be different for each language. Run config-help -g {generator name} command for language specific config options
  • skipOverwrite - Specifies if the existing files should be overwritten during the generation. (false by default)
  • library - library template (sub-template)
  • instantiationTypes - sets instantiation type mappings in the format of type=instantiatedType,type=instantiatedType. For example (in Java): array=ArrayList,map=HashMap. In other words array types will get instantiated as ArrayList in generated code. You can also have multiple occurrences of this option
  • importMappings - specifies mappings between a given class and the import that should be used for that class in the format of type=import,type=import. You can also have multiple occurrences of this option
  • typeMappings - sets mappings between OpenAPI spec types and generated code types in the format of OpenAPIType=generatedType,OpenAPIType=generatedType. For example: array=List,map=Map,string=String. You can also have multiple occurrences of this option
  • languageSpecificPrimitives - specifies additional language specific primitive types in the format of type1,type2,type3,type3. For example: String,boolean,Boolean,Double. You can also have multiple occurrences of this option
  • additionalProperties - sets additional properties that can be referenced by the mustache templates in the format of name=value,name=value. You can also have multiple occurrences of this option
  • reservedWordsMappings - specifies how a reserved name should be escaped to. Otherwise, the default _<name> is used. For example id=identifier. You can also have multiple occurrences of this option
  • skipIfSpecIsUnchanged - Skip the execution if the source file is older than the output folder (false by default. Can also be set globally through the codegen.skipIfSpecIsUnchanged property)

Custom Generator

Specifying a custom generator is a bit different. It doesn't support the classpath:/ syntax, but it does support the fully qualified name of the package. You can also specify your custom templates, which also get pulled in. Notice the dependency on a project, in the plugin scope. That would be your generator/template jar.

<plugin>
    <groupId>org.openapitools</groupId>
    <artifactId>openapi-generator-maven-plugin</artifactId>
    <version>${openapi-generator-maven-plugin-version}</version>
    <executions>
        <execution>
            <goals>
                <goal>generate</goal>
            </goals>
            <configuration>
                <inputSpec>${project.basedir}/src/main/resources/yaml/yamlfilename.yaml</inputSpec>
                <!-- language file, like e.g. JavaJaxRSCodegen -->
                <generatorName>com.my.package.for.GeneratorLanguage</generatorName>
                <templateDirectory>myTemplateDir</templateDirectory>

                <output>${project.build.directory}/generated-sources</output>
                <apiPackage>${default.package}.handler</apiPackage>
                <modelPackage>${default.package}.model</modelPackage>
                <invokerPackage>${default.package}.handler</invokerPackage>
            </configuration>
        </execution>
    </executions>

    <dependencies>
        <dependency>
            <groupId>com.my.generator</groupId>
            <artifactId>customgenerator</artifactId>
            <version>1.0-SNAPSHOT</version>
        </dependency>
    </dependencies>
</plugin>

Sample configuration

Please see an example configuration for using the plugin. To run these examples, explicitly pass the file to maven. Example:

mvn -f non-java.xml compile
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