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hi
I have seen that UBR provided by IBM is closed. They say that the purpose for the existance of the UBR has fulfilled so they are clossing it.
No what is the scope of UDDI. i am preparing for SCDJWS can anybody tell me some other UBRs. microsoft link is also taking me to some windows 2003 server link
 
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try BEA's ALSR which is a wrapper aroud Systinet. 90 days free. I think extentible for developers.

http://www.bea.com/framework.jsp?CNT=index.htm&FP=/content/products/aqualogic/service_registry/

It is basically a wrapper around Systinet UDDI registry.

You can use Sun J2EE tutorials JAXR samples here by changing the enquiry URI and publish URI.
 
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