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The information used to define an endpoint is typically defined in the endpoint's contract. You can use the configuration element's to override the information in the contract. You can also use the configuration elements to provide information that is not provided in the contract.

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When dealing with endpoints developed using a Java-first approach it is likely that the SEI serving as the endpoint's contract is lacking information about the type of binding and transport to use.

You must use the configuration elements to activate advanced features such as WS-RM. This is done by providing child elements to the endpoint's configuration element.

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