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JAX-WS Deployment Question

Mike London
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Joined: Jul 12, 2002
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When I create a Web Service, I initially use localhost for the WSDL address, yet to deploy it to an actual server, I then need to use a "www...." address.

Is there a best practice on how to create local and deploy-able web services? Do I need to really create a "copy" of the "localhost" project and then modify its WSDL (and possibly other generated artifacts)?

Just wondering what could be done to make this testing/deployment switch go faster and smoother.

Thanks in advance.

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