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Workflow Integrations

Workflow Integration (Gradle, Maven, GitHub, CI/CD)

Gradle Integration

See the openapi-generator-gradle-plugin README for details related to configuring and using the Gradle Plugin.

Supported tasks include:

  • Listing generators
  • Validation of Open API 2.0 and 3.0 Specs
  • Generating "Meta" generators
  • Generating all generators supported by OpenAPI Generator

Maven Integration

See the openapi-generator-maven-plugin README for details related to configuring and using the Maven Plugin.

sbt Integration

Please refer to

Bazel Integration

Please refer to

Cake Addin

3rd-party Cake Addin provided by Lukas Körfer:

GitHub Integration

To push the auto-generated SDK to GitHub, we provide to streamline the process. For example:

1) Create a new repository in GitHub (Ref:

2) Generate the SDK

 java -jar openapi-generator-cli.jar generate \
-i modules/openapi-generator/src/test/resources/3_0/petstore.json -g perl \
--git-user-id "wing328" \
--git-repo-id "petstore-perl" \
--release-note "GitHub integration demo" \
-o /var/tmp/perl/petstore

3) Push the SDK to GitHub

cd /var/tmp/perl/petstore
/bin/sh ./

To use openapi-generator as part of Github workflows, the blog post "Autogenerating Clients with FastAPI and Github Actions" by Andrew Israel is a good starting point.


Some generators also generate CI/CD configuration files (.travis.yml) so that the output will be ready to be tested by the CI (e.g. Travis)

If you're looking for the configuration files of a particular CI that is not yet supported, please open an issue to let us know.