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swagger-maven-example is a Java library typically used in Plugin, Gradle, Swagger, Maven applications. swagger-maven-example has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.
Swagger Maven Plugin Example. This project is an example of using Swagger-maven-plugin. You can check the detail configuration in pom.xml.
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  • swagger-maven-example has a low active ecosystem.
  • It has 70 star(s) with 148 fork(s). There are 8 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 14 open issues and 9 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 7 days. There are 3 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of swagger-maven-example is current.
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  • It has 1988 lines of code, 97 functions and 20 files.
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        • Creates a new user .
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                      swagger-maven-example Key Features

                      Example of using swagger-maven-plugin (https://github.com/kongchen/swagger-maven-plugin)

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                      buildscript {
                          repositories {
                              maven { url mavenRepo }
                          }
                          dependencies {
                              classpath "com.github.kongchen:swagger-maven-plugin:3.1.4"
                          }
                      }
                      
                      import com.github.kongchen.swagger.docgen.mavenplugin.ApiDocumentMojo
                      import com.github.kongchen.swagger.docgen.mavenplugin.ApiSource
                      import io.swagger.models.Info
                      
                      
                      task swagger(dependsOn: ':api:build') {
                          doLast {
                              logger.info 'Swagger GenDoc...'
                              project.file(<dir>).mkdirs()
                      
                              FileCollection apiRuntimeFiles = files(project(':api').configurations['runtime'].files)
                              apiRuntimeFiles.each {
                                  buildscript.classLoader.addURL(it.toURI().toURL())
                              }
                      
                              FileCollection apiClassFiles =files(project(':api').sourceSets['main'].output)
                              apiClassFiles.each {
                                  buildscript.classLoader.addURL(it.toURI().toURL())
                              }
                      
                              final ApiDocumentMojo mavenTask = Class.forName('com.github.kongchen.swagger.docgen.mavenplugin.ApiDocumentMojo', true, buildscript.classLoader).newInstance(
                                      apiSources: [
                                              new ApiSource(
                                                      springmvc: false,
                                                      locations: ['<loc>'],
                                                      schemes: ['http', 'https'],
                                                      host: '<host>',
                                                      basePath: '/api',
                                                      info: new Info(
                                                              title: "REST API's",
                                                              version: 'v1',
                                                              description: "REST API's",
                                                      ),
                                                      swaggerDirectory: <dir>
                                              )
                                      ]
                              )
                              mavenTask.execute()
                              logger.info 'Swagger GenDoc task is completed'
                          }
                      }
                      

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                      QUESTION

                      classes not visible to gradle task swagger when using kongchen swagger-maven-plugin

                      Asked 2017-Jul-14 at 11:44

                      When performing gradle clean and then gradle swagger a ClassNotFoundException is thrown. If gradle swagger is then run again (basically after the api build is done in previous run), it works fine.

                      build.gradle looks as below:

                      buildscript {
                          repositories {
                              maven { url hydraMavenRepo }
                              maven { url hydraPluginsRepo }
                          }
                          dependencies {
                              classpath "com.github.kongchen:swagger-maven-plugin:3.1.4"
                          }
                      }
                      
                      apply plugin: 'java'
                      
                      configurations {
                          addclasspath
                      }
                      
                      dependencies {
                          addclasspath files(project(':api:desktop-api').configurations['runtime'].files)
                          addclasspath files(project(':api:desktop-api').sourceSets['main'].output)
                          addclasspath files(project(':api:desktop-api').sourceSets.main.output.classesDir)
                      
                          runtime project(':api:desktop-api')
                      }
                      
                      sourceSets {
                          main {
                              runtimeClasspath += files(project(':api:desktop-api').sourceSets['main'].output)
                              runtimeClasspath += files(project(':api:desktop-api').sourceSets['main'].output.classesDir)
                              runtimeClasspath += files(project(':api:desktop-api').configurations['runtime'].files)
                          }
                      }
                      
                      
                      import com.github.kongchen.swagger.docgen.mavenplugin.ApiDocumentMojo
                      import com.github.kongchen.swagger.docgen.mavenplugin.ApiSource
                      import io.swagger.models.Info
                      
                      task swagger(dependsOn: [':api:desktop-api:build']) {
                          doLast {
                              logger.info 'Swagger GenDoc...'
                              project.file(reportsDir).mkdirs()
                      
                              // a trick to have all needed classes in the classpath
                              def customClassLoader = new GroovyClassLoader()
                      
                              buildscript.configurations.classpath.each {
                                  //println it.toURI().toURL()
                                  customClassLoader.addURL(it.toURI().toURL())
                              }
                      
                              configurations.addclasspath.each {
                                  customClassLoader.addURL(it.toURI().toURL())
                              }
                      
                              // the same settings as in the swagger-maven-example/pom.xml
                              final ApiDocumentMojo mavenTask = Class.forName('com.github.kongchen.swagger.docgen.mavenplugin.ApiDocumentMojo', true, customClassLoader).newInstance(
                                      apiSources: [
                                              new ApiSource(
                                                      springmvc: false,
                                                      locations: ['com/vmware/vdi/hydra'],
                                                      schemes: ['http', 'https'],
                                                      host: 'vmware.com',
                                                      basePath: '/api',
                                                      info: new Info(
                                                              title: "Hydra DS-REST API's",
                                                              version: 'v100',
                                                              description: "Hydra DS-REST API's",
                                                      ),
                                                      swaggerDirectory: reportsDir
                                              )
                                      ]
                              )
                              mavenTask.execute()
                              logger.info 'Swagger GenDoc task is completed'
                          }
                      }
                      

                      ANSWER

                      Answered 2017-Jul-04 at 13:24

                      You have several flaws in your build script.

                      You should not depend on built things in build script dependencies. This is a hen and egg problem. You need to execute the build to get the classes that are necessary to execute the build. This cannot work reliably, if at all.

                      Instead you should declare them as dependencies outside the buildscript block. The buildscript block is only for dependencies that are needed by your build script to run itself, like Gradle Tasks and Gradle Plugins or classes you use during the build, like the swagger-maven-plugin stuff which is correct in the buildscript block.

                      Besides that, you execute part of your swagger stuff (the instanciation, execution and printing) during the configuration phase instead of during the execution phase. Everything you do in a task closure, but outside any doFirst or doLast blocks is run during the configuration phase, when the build is configured and thus always, no matter what tasks you actually want to execute and no matter whether the task may already be up-to-date or not. For the up-to-date check to work and save your time you need to declare all inputs like files and properties that might change between executions and all outputs that you generate, then Gradle can do its magic to only execute the task when actually necessary.

                      Also you should not use println in build scripts. That is like using System.out.println in Java programs. Instead you should use the provided logging facility directly, e. g. doing logger.info 'Swagger GenDoc task is completed'.

                      Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/44906015

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                      Install swagger-maven-example

                      You can download it from GitHub.
                      You can use swagger-maven-example like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the swagger-maven-example component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .

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