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A new registry for web services

 
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Hi,

I'm studying the existing web service registries. I would like to know how to write a registry for web services. If anyone could point me to a good resource, that would be grateful.

Thanks,
divyaa
 
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The UDDI and ebXML specifications would be the starting points, since those constitute the "public API" of a WS registry. How you implement it is up to you, as long as it adheres to one of those (or both) protocols. The UDDI4j, jUDDI and Apache Scout projects may be of interest to you.

Note that WS registries never really caught on widely, which is why the public registries that used to exist closed shop.
 
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Thanks a lot for your reply! Will make a note your last statement


Cheers,
Divyaa
 
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