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In JDeveloper, How can I overwrite a webservice's address endpoint when generated from an EJB?

Daniel Paniagua
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Joined: Dec 18, 2011
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I'm using JDeveloper (10.1.3.5) to create a web-service from an existing EJB.

Everytime I add a new method to the EJB and regenerate the webservice, the generated WSDL in {myproject}\src\META-INF\ always has the endpoint address predefined to a fixed hostname and port.

Where can I change these settings in the project configuration (or variables)?

I have to deploy this web-service on several different QA environments (with different endpoints) and the consumer could also be an ESB. I really don’t enjoy going to each QA application server console to change the endpoint manually.

Any help is appreciated...

Thanks,
Daniel


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