I am working in an INTRANET environment where we have a BPEL process that uses a number of web services as partnerlinks. There are also other applications that offer some services by way of webservces. If we want to know who is a consumer and who is a producer of a web service , we have to run from one developer to another. I wonder if we can use some UDDI registry to mitigate this situation. All the web services are produced and consumed within our organization.
Do you think Oracle Service Registry could be a possible UDDI registry for the above situation? Also since it is an INTRANET situation , I would like to avoid dynamic discovery and binding as I guess that would have a performance hit.
If we want to know who is a consumer and who is a producer of a web service , we have to run from one developer to another.
Sounds like a documentation issue; maybe an internal wiki would help where this kind of information is kept up-to-date. Unless your organization is quite large, or has a large number of WS, I wouldn't recommend UDDI; it has never caught on widely.
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Thanks Tim ! Your response has helped !
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