We haven't had to build a new version of the partner wsdl jar for SOAP API work since version 12 and things have changed a bit. I'm trying to work with v43.0, but I'm doing something wrong. I've tried following the quickstart guide, but I can't seem to get a SObject class generated that has the get_any method our codebase and examples documents should be there.

All dependency jars are local:

java -classpath force-wsc-43.0.0.jar:ST-4.0.8.jar:axis-1.4.jar com.sforce.ws.tools.wsdlc production.partner.wsdl.xml sf-api-43.partner.jar

I understand that axis somehow provides this to the sObject, but I've not uncovered how or what I'm doing wrong here.

Should I be seeing a get_any method on the SObject class in the resulting jar? (or anywhere in that jar?)

  • What did this method do? – Adrian Larson May 19 at 14:18
  • SObject.get_any() returns an array of MessageElement objects. All the samples that use the Partner WSDL show it being used to iterate over the fields present on the SObject. – Chad Hill May 19 at 18:22
  • Do you have a link which demonstrates that somewhere? I did a quick search and didn't find anything promising. – Adrian Larson May 19 at 18:26
  • I find samples on other sites, but now that I'm realizing the samples for v43 api don't show field iteration. I wonder if the lack of results from developer.salesforce.com docs is indicating it's been fully removed from the newer versions of the API in favor of something else. – Chad Hill May 19 at 19:17

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