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Which public UDDI registries can i use to publish my webservices

kumari Jain
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Joined: Jul 28, 2004
Posts: 44
Hi,
RMH book describes examples of creating Organizations etc in IBM UDDI test registry.Since the IBM UDDI Test Registry and the IBM UDDI Beta Test Registry web sites are no longer available , what other options are there.

i tried this link too but this site doesn't open.

http://udditest.sap.com/

I'm familarizing myself with the UDDI/JAXR concepts as of now.Can someone tell mehow to test the JAXR API and UDDI concepts.ie.which sites(or public registries) can i use to publishwebservices to increase my practical knowledge on UDDI.

regards,
kumari
wise owen
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Joined: Feb 02, 2006
Posts: 2023
Check here

http://uddi.sap.com
[ September 20, 2006: Message edited by: wise owen ]
kumari Jain
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Joined: Jul 28, 2004
Posts: 44
Thankyou,
I had a question though...
Is it ok if i create dummy web services and register them.I would login and delete them later on of course once i'm famiiar with registering services etc...

regards,
kumari
Watsh Rajneesh
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Joined: Apr 17, 2006
Posts: 110
If you want to practice using the uddi registry via jaxr apis then you can even use the locally hosted uddi registry service RI which comes with Sun Java AS 8.2 (and install jwsdp 1.5+). The registry service is installed as a web application on Sun AS and you can use that to publish and inquire.

The best way to verify that your installation has worked is to see the list of web applications hosted by the server (using AdminConsole of SunAS for example) and if there is one RegistryServer listed then your integration was
successful and you can access the UDDI v2 registry JSE with the URL http://localhost:<port>/RegistryServer/ (the end slash in the URL is important) or both the publish and query webservice. There's a Registry Browser (a standalone java application) installed with the JWSDP 1.5 installation which can be used to test the connection with the UDDI registry service.


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