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JBoss ESB by Tom Cunningham, Magesh Kumar B, Kevin Conner, Len DiMaggio

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Time for action – querying the UDDI server

To get a sense of UDDI, let's try sending some UDDI queries to JBoss ESB. For this exercise, you'll need to use JBoss ESB 4.10 on top of the JBoss 5.1.0.GA AS. There are instructions on setting up this scenario in Chapter 1. After setting that up, follow these steps:

  1. To start, download a copy of SOAPUI (http://www.soapui.org—the free open source edition is all that is needed).
  2. Run the soapui startup script (soapui.sh or soapui.bat, depending on our OS).
    Time for action – querying the UDDI server
  3. Next, we need to find the jUDDI services WSDL. Copy uddi-ws-3.1.0.jar from jboss-5.1.0.GA/server/default/deployers/esb.deployer/lib/ to a temporary location. ...

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