Transport Configuration File Supporting Notification
This is a part of the client-transports.xml file that configures a listener to support client notification and solicit-response endpoints.
<rwsf:listener name="HTTP" uri=""
scheme="http" default="true" class="rwsf_webservice.createHttpMessageListener">
<rwsf:property name="auto-start" value="false"/>
<!-- When host and port listener properties are absent, they will be
auto-configured to the machine's host name and first available port.
The machine will need to be configured for lookup on the network under
its host name. -->
<rwsf:property name="host" value="localhost"/>
<!-- <rwsf:property name="port" value="9000"/> -->
<rwsf:property name="request-backlog" value="5"/>
<rwsf:property name="request-timeout" value="60000"/>
<rwsf:property name="request-buffersize" value="4096"/>
<rwsf:property name="keep-alive" value="true"/>
In the highlighted line above, note that the “port” properties are commented out, allowing the listener location for the client notification to be dynamically assigned. If you do not want a dynamic assignment, uncomment this line and enter the desired value for port. For more information on assigning a listener a location, either through dynamic assignment or specifically, see Using an Autoconfigured Listener.