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tModel..? What does it mean

 
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I am struggling to understand what its use is in UDDI?
 
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Originally posted by Arti Mahajan:
I am struggling to understand what its use is in UDDI?



Arti,

The tModel basically means a "Technical Model". Its actually a classification/categorization type. Think of a situation where in you want to classify your webservices based on a specific type say a Manufacturing Company or a Shipping Company. There are some international standards that allows us to distinguish between these two types by giving them a unique id( UNSPSC id, for instance ). The tModel for a Manufacturing company will refer to a data structure which represents a Manufacturing Company based on the id given by the standard organization.

To put it simple, tModel is basically useful to categorize or classify the webservices in the UDDI registry.

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P R A V E E N
[ December 28, 2007: Message edited by: Praveen Babu ]
 
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Thanks a lot Praveen! It makes it much clearer for me
 
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Thanks Praveen
 
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