Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration
|Chapter6 of Java Web
Services, By Tyler Jewell, David Chappell.
myths about UDDI, the Web services registry
|Before Web services can really take root, the Universal
Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) registry, an important
catalyst in the evolution of Web services, must first gain momentum.
Without UDDI, or other types of Web services directories, Web services
could be hard to find. Literally.
Web Services Chapter 6: UDDI
||Book By Tyler Jewell,
David Chappell -
The Universal Description, Discovery, and
Integration (UDDI) Project provides a standardized method for publishing
and discovering information about web services.
UDDI at Run Time
||This article walks through using UDDI at
run time and discusses how UDDI, both the public registry and UDDI
Services available in Microsoft Windows .NET Server, can act as
infrastructure for Web services to support client applications.
In order to provide additional tools to the Web services developer,
this article discusses a new API -- the Service Registry Proxy, or SRP
-- which helps to raise the abstraction level during application
development and promotes seamless integration between UDDI and WSDL
UDDI and JAXR
||"I recently spent a good part of a
week pouring through magazines and online materials looking for
comprehensive information for the role and necessity of UDDI/WSDL for
Services. I hope that by writing this article, I can save you a ton of
time going through a similar exercise."
||This article describes the Universal
Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI) standard, an evolving
standard for describing, publishing, and finding Web services that a
th UDDI SDK (MS)
||This paper describes the facilities
provided in the basic SDK, explains the objects included, and explains
how to use them.
Matchmaking for Web services
As part of its continued commitment to Web services, IBM has released
UDDI4J, an open-source Java implementation of the Universal Discovery,
Description, and Integration protocol (UDDI). In this article, we'll
discuss the basics of UDDI, the Java API to UDDI, and how you can use
this technology to start building, testing, and deploying your own Web
||UDDI provides a database of businesses
searchable by the type of business. You typically search using business
taxonomy such as the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
or the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC).
||The specification of UDDI API.
WSDL in a UDDI registry
The Web Services Description Language has a lot of versatility in its
methods of use. In particular, WSDL can work with UDDI registries in
several different ways depending upon the application needs. In this
first of a three-part series, we will look at these different methods
of using WSDL with UDDI registries.
||A technical discussion of UDDI.
||The Official UDDI site.
||Microsoft Universal Description Discovery Integration
||IBM UDDI services and resources.
An Web Service
||A MSDN article covers basis of UUDI with examples.
Cover Pages (UDDI)
||OASIS UDDI Cover Pages by Robin Cover.
WSDL in UDDI
||The purpose of this document is to clarify
the relationship between the two, describe how WSDL can be used to help
create UDDI business service descriptions.
||How to use WSDL in UDDI.
||Dan Rogers explains how to find compatible services in
UDDI and how to bind to a particular service.
Will UDDI Succeeded?
||On UDDI's six-month birthday, we suggest that two aspects
of the growing momentum for web services—one economic, one
technical—will help make a success of the standard for registering and
discovering web-based services.
Promises Link To Web Services
||One potential way to find and access Web
services--most easily defined as Web applications that can interact with
other Web apps using a common XML message protocol--is via Universal
Description, Discovery and Integration. (InternetWeek)
An XML Web Service
||The Universal Description, Discovery, and
Integration (UDDI) Service is now up and running at Microsoft, IBM, and
Ariba. This is an online Web Service that you can use from your
applications to dynamically discover other online services, all neatly
packaged in a simple XML interface.
||With the backing of more than 280 companies, the Universal
Description, Discover and Integration Registry looks to have staying
power. Yet many enterprises haven't even started to tap its power yet.
||An online reference to UDDI specifications.