Hi, I use SOAPUI and VS2013.
I recently have to work with, calling, a Java SOAP web api, provided by a 3rd party vendor. It seems that it would generate endpoint url as "https://localhost:8443/xxxx/xxxxservice
" in both SOAPUI and in my web config file in VS2013 and that of course doesn't work. Their response was "Typically when calling a web service the web service client will override the endpoint URL with a URL that is accessible to it in the network. "
My question is why isn't it possible for the wdsl to be customized for each of their customer so that it will generate the correct endpoint? Also, when I add asp.net service api that I wrote, I didn't have to deal with this wsdl and endpoints needing customzation that I ever have to do. So can this be done in creating the wsdl that would generate wsdl for each FQDN? Is that a lot of work to do that in Java web SOAP web service?