I think I done a general mistake with REST automation.
When I read the documentation it pointed to a WADL file and said it is meant as a reference. So I assumed there is no way to use it to automatically generate Java classes for the types.
The REST auotmation code I wrote is totally handwritten.
But now it seems to me there is a way to generate an API from the WADL and associated XSD files. Is that right?
Why don't you document this? Or where can I find a documentation on how to use that Jersey WADL in order to do state of the art REST automation from Java? What best practices do you recommend here?
I don't like my handwritten code since I stuggle with my own bugs there, which could be avoided if I knew only how to generate that part.