What is the method for configuring MyBatis Generator?

There are two ways to configure MyBatis Generator: using the command-line tool or configuring it in Maven or Ant build scripts.

  1. Configure MyBatis Generator using the command line tool.
  2. First, you will need to download and install the command line tool for MyBatis Generator. Download link: http://www.mybatis.org/generator/download.html
  3. Execute MyBatis Generator in the command line using the following command: java -jar mybatis-generator-core-x.x.x.jar -configfile mybatis-generator-config.xml.
  4. The mybatis-generator-core-x.x.x.jar is the name and version number of the core JAR file of MyBatis Generator, and mybatis-generator-config.xml is your configuration file.
  5. Configure MyBatis Generator in Maven or Ant build scripts.
  6. First, you need to add the MyBatis Generator plugin configuration in the project’s pom.xml file.
  7. In Maven build, you need to configure the MyBatis Generator plugin within the tag under the tag. An example configuration is as follows: org.mybatis.generator

    generate generate-sources

  8. In Ant build, you need to configure the MyBatis Generator task within the tag. An example configuration is shown below:

  9. In the example configuration above, x.x.x represents the version number of the MyBatis Generator plugin, while src/main/resources/mybatis-generator-config.xml is the path to your configuration file.

Regardless of which configuration method you choose, you will need to create a configuration file for MyBatis Generator (usually named mybatis-generator-config.xml) and define your code generation rules and content to be generated within it. The detailed format and options for the configuration file can be found in the official MyBatis Generator documentation at: https://mybatis.org/generator/configreference/xmlconfig.html.

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