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How I can access UDDI at runtime

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Dear all,

UDDI has widely been accepted by the developer community to list and
integrate XML web services. Unfortunately UDDI is still viewed as a yellow
pages web service directory. This leads to the belief that UDDI can only be
used at design time as a look up mechanism. The real value of UDDI lies as a
runtime execution model. So I wonder how I can access UDDI at runtime?
Microsoft SDK 2.0 can help? By the way, how can I set a private UDDI server
on my Windows XP?

Thanks,
greatfree
Nov 15 '05 #1
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While I've never tried programatically accessing UDDI, a quick look suggests
that the Microsoft UDDI SDK 2.0 provides a managed assembly that you should
look into.
I also was able to find links to some UDDI tools, including a java UDDI
registry, at http://www.uddi.org/solutions.html

Hopefully someone else will provide more concrete answers, but you should be
able to find what you need.

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Dear all,

UDDI has widely been accepted by the developer community to list and
integrate XML web services. Unfortunately UDDI is still viewed as a yellow
pages web service directory. This leads to the belief that UDDI can only be used at design time as a look up mechanism. The real value of UDDI lies as a runtime execution model. So I wonder how I can access UDDI at runtime?
Microsoft SDK 2.0 can help? By the way, how can I set a private UDDI server on my Windows XP?

Thanks,
greatfree

Nov 15 '05 #2

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