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From Anil Saldhana <>
Subject Re: Commit Privileges for Deepak (Re: Patch to remove jUDDI dependency from scout + patch to add ebxml support to scout)
Date Sat, 22 Oct 2005 17:01:38 GMT
Here is what we can do. 

We can make the ConnectionFactories to have semantics
of what they represent:

a) ConnectionFactory that works off of the juddi data
types (current setup).
b) ConnectionFactory that works off of the xmlbeans
setup. (provided by RedHat).
c) ConnectionFactory that works off of the ebxml
stuff. (Level 1)

What are your thoughts on this?

--- Fernando Nasser <> wrote:

> Hi Geir,
> Geir Magnusson Jr. wrote:
> > 1) How can you remove the jUDDI dependency from
> Scout?
> > 
> It is removing dependencies from jUDDI types only,
> and using XMLBeans 
> instead.  Just to make the JAXR part of the code
> easier to integrate in 
> AppServers without having to load all jUDDI classes
> and dependencies.
> Of course, Scout still implements JAXR and has a
> UDDI provider that 
> allows access to jUDDI registries, and any other
> UDDI-compliant registry.
> Now it can also access ebXML registries (so it is
> now level 1).
> > 2) Why was that discussed on the *juddi* list, and
> not scout?
> > 
> It should have been cross-posted.  It is my fault: 2
> years ago when I 
> first tried to get involved in Scout there was no
> list specific to Scout 
> yet and I was told to use the juddi list.  I mislead
> Deepak to post in 
> that list.  Fortunately it seems that many (most?
> all?) of the Scout 
> developers are also in the jUDDI list.
> Regards to all.
> Fernando

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