public class: Endpoint
Direct Known Subclasses:
An opaque representation of an application endpoint. Typically, an
object represents a business entity, but it
may represent a party of any sort. Conceptually, an
object is the mapping of a logical name
(example, a URI) to a physical location, such as a URL.
For messaging using a provider that supports profiles, an application
does not need to specify an endpoint when it sends a message because
destination information will be contained in the profile-specific header.
However, for point-to-point plain SOAP messaging, an application must supply
Endpoint object to
to indicate the intended destination for the message.
The subclass URLEndpoint can be used when an application
wants to send a message directly to a remote party without using a
The default identification for an
is a URI. This defines what JAXM messaging
providers need to support at minimum for identification of
destinations. A messaging provider
needs to be configured using a deployment-specific mechanism with
mappings from an endpoint to the physical details of that endpoint.
Endpoint objects can be created using the constructor, or
they can be looked up in a naming
service. The latter is more flexible because logical identifiers
or even other naming schemes (such as DUNS numbers)
can be bound and rebound to specific URIs.
|protected String ||id ||A string that identifies the party that this |
object represents; a URI is the default.
public Endpoint(String uri)
Endpoint object using the given
uri - a string that identifies the party that this
Endpoint object represents; the default
is a URI
|Method from javax.xml.messaging.Endpoint Summary:|
|Methods from java.lang.Object:|
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait|
|Method from javax.xml.messaging.Endpoint Detail:|
public String toString()
Retrieves a string representation of this
object. This string is likely to be provider-specific, and
programmers are discouraged from parsing and programmatically
interpreting the contents of this string.