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Generating a WSDL in Axis2 deployed localhost on JBoss

 
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Hi

I am trying to understand how to amend the <soap:address location=
attribute for the WSDL of an Axis2 webService deployed locally on JBoss.
This was originally an Axis1 webService. It does NOT use annotations to define @WebService

Code:

I am able to amend the services.xml file and remove <operation> elements and change the <parameter name="ServiceClass"> to an empty ServiceClass.
This successfully removes the operations but has no bearing on the <wsdl:port>.
I am beginning to think that this is configured by JBoss.

Can anyone please advise how this part of the WSDL gets generated?

Thanks in advance
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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