I'd like to appeal the closure of wadl2java throwing runtime exception.
The first commenter suggests that the situation is the asker's fault, and from that point, nothing the asker says or does is answered, and the question is simply closed.
I came across the exact same problem as the asker a week later, and was frustrated to find that the only instance of that question on SO had been closed and ignored. This left me to put in 4 hours of research to find a solution on my own, the results of which I added as a comment.
However, I've noticed that closed questions appear to eventually be deleted. I've searched for mention of a close-then-delete policy, but haven't found anything conclusive. I feel that the question and answer are valuable to future searchers, at least until the next version of wadl2java is released (Given that it's had this issue since October 2012, I'm not optimistic of that being any time soon), and am afraid that if the question is not re-opened, it and it's solution will be lost.
I edited the question for clarity and to remove localized elements, but despite my edits having been approved for over 36 hours now, I see no movement on the question's closure status. Thus, this post on Meta. (Or are there steps I should have taken besides those mentioned in how to appeal a closed question? and by How often closed question are reopened?).