public abstract class EndpointContext extends Object
EndpointContextallows multiple endpoints in an application to share any information. For example, servlet application's war may contain multiple endpoints and these endpoints can get addresses of each other by sharing this context. If multiple endpoints share different ports of a WSDL, then the multiple port addresses can be patched when the WSDL is accessed. It also allows all endpoints to share any other runtime information.
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This gives list of endpoints in an application.
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