Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6
Class W3CEndpointReference

  extended by
      extended by

public final class W3CEndpointReference
extends EndpointReference

This class represents a W3C Addressing EndpointReferece which is a remote reference to a web service endpoint that supports the W3C WS-Addressing 1.0 - Core Recommendation.

Developers should use this class in their SEIs if they want to pass/return endpoint references that represent the W3C WS-Addressing recommendation.

JAXB will use the JAXB annotations and bind this class to XML infoset that is consistent with that defined by WS-Addressing. See WS-Addressing for more information on WS-Addressing EndpointReferences.

JAX-WS 2.1

Field Summary
protected static String NS
Constructor Summary
protected W3CEndpointReference()
  W3CEndpointReference(Source source)
          Creates an EPR from infoset representation
Method Summary
 void writeTo(Result result)
          write this EndpointReference to the specified infoset format
Methods inherited from class
getPort, readFrom, toString
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, wait, wait, wait

Field Detail


protected static final String NS
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Constant Field Values
Constructor Detail


protected W3CEndpointReference()


public W3CEndpointReference(Source source)
Creates an EPR from infoset representation

source - A source object containing valid XmlInfoset instance consistent with the W3C WS-Addressing Core recommendation.
WebServiceException - If the source does NOT contain a valid W3C WS-Addressing EndpointReference.
NullPointerException - If the null source value is given
Method Detail


public void writeTo(Result result)
write this EndpointReference to the specified infoset format

Specified by:
writeTo in class EndpointReference

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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