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What is this?

Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI) Service is an industry-wide effort to bring a common standard for business-to-business(B2B) integration. It defines a set of standard interfaces for accessing a database of web services. As a pioneer of web service implementations, we provide this web interface to the live registries. 

How to Browse/Search?

  • Select an operator from the dropdown menu.
  • Type in a string you want to searching for, and select one of the categories.
  • The result page contains the business descriptions and a list of services provided. Click on the service key to see the service details.
  • One of the drill-down paths is
        Business->Services->Service Detail->Bindings->Binding Detail->tModel Detail

Where to Find Category Codes?

Some UDDI searches use numerical category codes, you can find them at the following pointers:

         NAICS    UNSPSC    D-U-N-S   ISO 3166   SIC  

How to Search Private UDDI Registries?

You can search private UDDI registries using our Advanced UDDI Browser. The registry must be reachable from the Internet.

How to invoke web services using UDDI?

     The purpose of UDDI is to allow users to discover available web services and interact with them dynamically. The process can be divided into three phases: Searching (discovery), Binding, and Executing. If a web service is created in the a UDDI registry based on the Best Practice Document, it can, in most of the situations, be executed directly using our generic SOAP client.  The following procedure shows how web integration and automation can be achieved:

  • Select XMethods as the operator and Search XMethods in business names.

  • Click on the Business Key to see a list of SOAP services offered by XMethods.

  • Select one of the Service Keys, for instance XMethod Temperature, for service details.

  • Click on the Binding Key to see how it can be bound. 

  • Click on the Execute Instance button to show a HTML form where you can enter input values (Note:  WSDL File is required for the feature, this will fail if no WSDL is defined for the service).

  • Type in required parameter values and click the Invoke button. 

Note: XMethods has a private UDDI registry that contains executable web services. If you select XMethods as the operator, you will be able to bind and run most of the services online.

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Technical Details:

     The tool is implemented using SQLData SOAP Client Library and SOAP Server.


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