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From Thomas B Winans <twin...@servicegrid.us>
Subject Re: How to create a private UDDI registry with Axis?
Date Wed, 19 Jan 2005 14:16:57 GMT
UDDIv3 would be better to use, but UDDIv2 gets the point across.

Systinet markets a UDDIv3 registry that can be used on an evaluation 
basis. While not free, it is a good registry and one of the earliest to 
support v3 of the spec. See http://www.systinet.com.

The Novell registry is free with source, but, as you noted, Novell's 
Forge team is slow in getting to UDDIv3.

You can also use IBM's test UDDI registry, which is v3 compliant I 
believe.

Tom

On Jan 19, 2005, at 7:11 AM, Ry. wrote:

> Hi, I'm doing a university project with axis which requires a private 
> registry of businesses to search through before choosing the 
> appropriate web service. I'm confused about registries so please bear 
> with me!
>  
> From a book, it seems I have 3 choices of interface - UDDI4J, JAXR, 
> and using JAX-RPC to do it. The book doesn't mention how I can 
> actually get the registry server and set it up, is there one included 
> with Apaxhe Axis? I need something possibly open source but definitely 
> free(!), any ideas?
>  
> I've looked around at things like Novell NSure UDDI server but, like 
> UDDI4J and JAXR, seems to be implementing version 2 of the UDDI spec. 
> Is this a major problem or doesn't matter much?
>  
> What would you suggest to implement this?
>  
> Any relevent advice, or links, etc would be really appreciated.
> Thanks.
>  
>
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