How to Get the Position of a Resource in the Oracle Field Service Cloud with the GPS API

import static java.lang.System.out;

import java.time.LocalTime;

import toatech.positioning._1.GetPositionRequestElement;
import toatech.positioning._1.PositioningPortType;
import toatech.positioning._1.PositioningService;
import toatech.positioning._1.ResourceIDListElement;

public final class OfscSample {

  public static void main(final String[] args) {
    final PositioningService service = new PositioningService();

    final PositioningPortType port = service.getPositioningPort();

    final GetPositionRequestElement req = new GetPositionRequestElement();

    req.setNow("2017-01-01T00:00:00Z");

    req.setLogin("SampleLogin");

    req.setAuthString("f3a904e1b89e0433f4f9f4a453370f44c3791d632f8ba50757301ba46f11047f");

    req.setCompany("SampleCompany");

    final ResourceIDListElement ids = new ResourceIDListElement();

    ids.getItem().add("1");

    req.setIds(ids);

    req.setTimefrom(LocalTime.of(2017, 1, 1)); // requires customization

    req.setTimeto(LocalTime.of(2017, 1, 2)); // requires customization

    out.println(port.getPosition(req));
  }

}
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