Explains business registry paradigm, competitive landscape, and UDDI registry technology
Demonstrates how to incorporate UDDI in the Web services lifecycle
Describes business modeling techniques, tModels, publishing and inquiry interactions and advanced architectures using UDDI
Contains extensive examples and sample codeÑincluding both Java and .NET and detailed case studies in B2E, B2B, and B2C application areas
A comprehensive guide to UDDI including business modeling, service publishing, inquiry, and beyond.
Now there is an essential guide to using this breakthrough standard in real-world Web services development, deployment, and integration. UDDI: Building Registry-based Web Services Solutions contains examples in both Java and .NET paradigms. Experts Naresh Apte and Toral Mehta start with the fundamentals of business registries and Web services ecosystems. Next, using realistic case studies and sample code, they illuminate every facet of UDDI-based Web services lifecycle.
UDDI-based business registries: value proposition and key challenges
How UDDI fits into the Web services paradigm
Business modeling for registries: tModels, service providers/consumers, service bindings, and more
Publishing and discovering business entities, service interactions, and services—including discussion on UDDI data structures
UDDI-related API specificationsÑincluding language-specific APIs such as UDDI4J, , and UDDI .NET SDK
Best practices for registry-based solution development
Comparative survey of competitive initiatives and technologies such as ebXML, CORBA, J2EE, and .NET
Building sophisticated solutions that draw on UDDIÕs most advanced features
Enhancements in Version 3.0 specification