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Simple UDDI Implementation

 
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I have a web service (http://localhost:8080/axis/services/OrdersLookupService?wsdl) that sends a orderID and gets a order as the response. I need to add it to a UDDI registry on my machine. What do I need to do that and are there any tutorials out there to help me?

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Hi Matt,
I'm kind of in the same position as you (see my above post). However I'm trying to use WSIL instead of UDDI, haven't worked out exactly how to do it but am close I think after finding this link, http://cvs.apache.org/viewcvs/*checkout*/ws-wsil/java/docs/WSInspectionOverview.htm which you might find useful if you decide to use WSIL also. Anyway I'd be interested in hearing how you solve the problem. And I'll let you know if I suceed also.
 
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