In-VM local transport allows TCP loop-back like SOAP communication between the client and the server in the same virtual machine. It is primarily designed to enable testing of web service endpoints without using a fully-fledged web container.

To use this transport, you need to declare one more namespace URI:

<beans ...
  xmlns:wsl="http://jax-ws.dev.java.net/spring/local-transport"
  xsi:schemaLocation="
    http://jax-ws.dev.java.net/spring/local-transport
    http://jax-ws.dev.java.net/spring/local-transport.xsd">

Then you can export a bunch of services by using an ID of your choice:

<wsl:bindings id="test-local-endpoint">
  <wsl:endpoints>
    <ws:service ... />       <!-- either define a service inline -->
    <ref bean="myService" /> <!-- or refer to another bean -->
  </wsl:endpoints>
</wsl:bindings>

These services can be accessed by setting the endpoint address URI as in-vm://test-local-endpoint/ (the Spring bean ID becomes a part of the URI.) If multiple endpoints are deployed in a single local transport server, you can distinguish them by using the local name of the port QName as the query parameter, like ?port1


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