I received a WSDL file and I developed a project. The service is available on the intranet within the org. Now if they move the service to another server should I receive another WSDL with the revised address? Is there a way to avoid this by using an "alias" in the address instead of the actual server name or the IP?
In case of a web service made available to the public, from a .com address, how would they handle switching servers without a downtime?
Also, is it possible to have multiple end points in a WSDL so my service reference tries to connect to one server or the other is something fails?
As I am still learning this you may find it all over the place, appreciate a lucid answer. thanks.