Article: Automating endpoint WSDL creation with WebSphere Service Registry and Repository
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The recommended approach to defining a web service in WSDL is to split the definition across three files: interface, binding, and endpoint. While this approach lets you maintain a clean separation between the elements being defined, it requires you to either update the endpoint WSDL document, or create new endpoint WSDL documents as your service moves from one environment (development, test, staging, production) to another. Generally speaking, the only difference between each of the envi
I reviewed the article and it describes how to add the plug in to WSRR, where when you upload a WSDL with the production endpoint, and the plug-in will generate WSDLs which define endpoints for other environments you have defined, for example Staging or Test.