Endpoint javax.xml.messaging

JAXM 1.1; JWSDP 1.0
 public class Endpoint {  // Public Constructors  public Endpoint( String uri);  // Public Methods Overriding Object  public String toString(  );  // Protected Instance Fields  protected String id;  } 

The Endpoint class encapsulates the concept of a JAXM endpoint, which is the point of communication between a JAXM application client and its local messaging provider. A JAXM client typically builds a SOAP message containing source and destination Endpoint addresses, and delivers it to its local provider, which is responsible for delivering it. Similarly, a JAXM receiver will register with its local provider and supply the Endpoint for which it wishes to receive inbound messages.

An Endpoint is constructed from a URI, which is essentially an arbitrary string that represents a message destination. Here's an example of the construction of an Endpoint :

 Endpoint endpoint = new Endpoint("urn:SOAPRPecho"); 

When a message addressed to this endpoint is sent, the messaging provider is expected to convert the logical address urn:SOAPRPecho to the real address of the receiving JAXM messaging provider using configuration information supplied in an implementation-dependent manner. The actual endpoint address is typically carried in the message as part of a SOAP message header so that it can be interpreted by the receiving provider and used to locate the intended recipient. Both the WS-Routing and ebXML profiles include headers that carry this information.




Java Web Services in a Nutshell
Java Web Services in a Nutshell
ISBN: 0596003994
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 257
Authors: Kim Topley
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