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Setting Up Private UDDI

 
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Folks! Can you please direct me to an article/tutorial which can help me in setting up a private UDDI registry?
 
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Have you already decided on a particular implementation of the private UDDI registry (e.g. IBM Private UDDI registry from WAS) ?
 
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I am interested in using the registry from JWSDP but I need to know how to do that? I read the tutorial from SUN but found it to be vague so looking for a better article/tutorial.

If there are other private registries that you think may be of use and easier to work with I will be looking forward to work with them.
[ June 16, 2004: Message edited by: Santosh Ram ]
 
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You can start from
IBM, Microsoft or SAP Test Nodes:

Further information you can find at

IBM

Test Node

Home page = http://uddi.ibm.com/testregistry/registry.html
Inquiry API = http://uddi.ibm.com/testregistry/inquiryapi
Publishing API = https://uddi.ibm.com/testregistry/publishapi


Microsoft

Test Node

Home page = http://test.uddi.microsoft.com/
Inquiry API = http://test.uddi.microsoft.com/inquire
Publishing API = https://test.uddi.microsoft.com/publish



SAP

Test Node

Home page = http://udditest.sap.com/
Inquiry API = http://udditest.sap.com/UDDI/api/inquiry
Publishing API = https://udditest.sap.com/UDDI/api/publish
 
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Hi,
Here's a site to teach you How to set up your own UDDI. hope it helps
 
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Originally posted by Santosh Ram:
If there are other private registries that you think may be of use and easier to work with I will be looking forward to work with them.


Have you already tried Systinet UDDI Registry and Novell Nsure UDDI Server?
 
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How different are these registeries from each other?
 
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Iven -->
I am going through the link provided by you. Looks like it can give me a head start.

Lasse -->

Have you already tried Systinet UDDI Registry and Novell Nsure UDDI Server?



No I haven't tried them yet. I will look into them also.
 
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