I'm using wsgen to generate a web service on an established system.
We are currently upgrading our java version and run across a problem.
We can no longer run wsgen because of the size of the command-line required to run it on a windows system. This is because the system includes many libraries, and moving java versions has introduced more.
The end result is a command line over 11000 characters long, which is too long for the windows OS.
How can I reduce this to a usable size?
I'm putting the libraries in a directory with a short path, but it's not enough.
I could theoretically put all the libraries into one megalibrary with various bits of code, but it makes our whole development environment less intuitive to use, and may cause other problems.