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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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UDDI at a Glance

The UDDI is a registry and a protocol for publishing and discovering Web services. As Web services are a standards-based, open, and platform-independent means of accessing the functional capabilities of other companies, UDDI is the associated standards-based, open, and platform-independent means of publishing and locating these services. The latest information about UDDI and the UDDI community can be found at http://www.uddi.org.

As more and more companies start driving toward a services-oriented architecture, and Web services in particular, for their enterprise application infrastructure, the issue of locating Web services becomes increasingly important. When companies initially began experimenting with Web services behind the ...

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