After several months offline I decided to implement the needed changes in order to make it work again with my current ISP. If this is the first time you see this, I have implemented an online version of this project.
Just check the link on the top of this website ( http://www.davidgouveia.net/android-ksoap2-stub-generator/ ). All you need to do is input the url of the wsdl that you want to generate the stub.
If you are an Android Developer you probably know how hard it may be to develop webservices based applications. The lack of official support for these implementations is compensated by some modules like ksoap2 that handle de SOAP stuff and communication.
For simple cases where you just have to send/receive simple data types it is easy to use, but things can get a bit complicated when you need to handle complete data types with dozens of different functions.
That’s why someone created the automatic stub generator. A stub is a set of classes generated automatically from the WSDL so you don’t have to create all functions, definitions and data types available in the WSDL by hand.
You can download the ksoap2 jar from here.
You can download the stub generator from here or you can try my online version of the stub generator filling the input box with the WSDL URL and press download.