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J2EE™ Web Services by Richard Monson-Haefel

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Part V. JAXR

JAXR

This part covers the use of JAXR (Java API for XML Registries) for access to UDDI registries. All of the examples in this part are executed against IBM's live UDDI test registry, so you can actually work with one of the four Universal Business Registry operator sites. You don't need to know UDDI to understand this part, but a solid background in UDDI makes you more fully aware of JAXR's benefits and limitations. If you want to learn more about UDDI, read Part III: UDDI.

Whether you'll need JAXR in your development efforts depends on the type of system you're writing. In many projects, you won't need JAXR because you won't need to access ...

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