The spec is really unclear, but I believe it indicates that we are supposed to provide the ability to override the address location specified in a wsdl for an ejb web service. We can't for POJO ws: these are specified by the web app context root and the servlet mapping for the POJO ws. Here's the quote from the ewebsvcs-1_1-mr spec section 8.2.3:
The WSDL document described by the wsdl-file element must contain service and port elements and every port-component in the deployment descriptor must have a corresponding WSDL port and vice versa. The deployment tool must update the WSDL port address element to produce a deployed WSDL document. The generated port address information is deployment time binding information. In the case of a port-component within a web module, the address is partially constrained by the context-root of the web application and partially constructed from the servlet-mapping (if specified).
I'm going to add an optional element in the openejb session bean plan for the "local" part of the URI.