You might find the tooling tutorial helpful: https://docs.jboss.org/author/display/SWITCHYARD/Tutorial
This walks you through creating a soap service, deploying and testing.
You may also find this page helpful as it describes the function of each of the various items in a SwitchYard application (e.g. component service, composite services and bindings): Application Basics - SwitchYard - Project Documentation Editor
Hope that helps,
I've gone through all the material you just commented, and there is nothing that says "where the heck can you find the endpoint of a service".
I know where the endpoint is, but my point is that, when you have tens of services, how can one find it out in an easy way?
As there is a list of applications in the SwitchYard runtime in the console, it would be nice, if one could find the endpoint right away.
This is something we have discussed in the past and a JIRA was created for it:
I agree this would be very useful. Please vote it up if you would like to see this feature implemented.