another alternative might be to set your own up ? Let us know how you get on - its something I should probably try soon.
I do find the whole UDDI thing a bit over the top really - does anyone really use it ? - perhaps I'm missing something, but programatically looking up webservices assumes your program knows what to do with some random webservice when it finds one - 99% of the time you're going to know what webservice you want to connect to without all the overhead of UDDI - and how trustworthy is the validity of the information stored in a UDDI anway .... but thats going off topic. [ April 04, 2007: Message edited by: michael warren ]
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But its part of test and I'd like to practice.
Also, I belive that for companies with lots of webservices, using a UDDI internally it a way to increase manageability.
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I've managed to get the SAP one working for queries with the J2EE tutorial. Running the JAXRQuery example gives 3 results, but I can't get the publish example to work - I think its probably becuase I haven't installed a certficate from SAP, but I can't see how to do that - the tutorial gives instructions for the Microsoft site. get this exception
following added to the JAXRExamples.properties file # SAP query.url=http://uddi.sap.com/uddi/api/inquiry/ publish.url=https://uddi.sap.com/uddi/api/publish/
Also the SAP registry is v3 - not sure what the difference is from v2. I'm not going to waste too much time on UDDI stuff - just make sure I understand the basic idea, and try and revise the operations etc. a couple of days before the exam. [ April 05, 2007: Message edited by: michael warren ]
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com