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Developing Enterprise Web Services: An Architect's Guide by James Webber - Ph.D., Sandeep Chatterjee - Ph.D.

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Summary

UDDI is an industry standard for a platform-independent and flexible means of describing, discovering and integrating services as well as the businesses that provide the services. As we have seen, UDDI has many similarities to telephone books, and provides users a means to search for Web services as well as service provider businesses.

The UBR is a global implementation of the UDDI specification and provides a publicly accessible registry of Web services. Currently, IBM, Microsoft, SAP, and NTT provide UBR nodes where users can register their Web services and make them available to a global market.

Although the UDDI specification provides a programmatic API to publish Web services to a UDDI registry and also to inquire about which services ...

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