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Subject: [ebxml-dev] Open Source JAXR provider for ebXML Registry released
The JAXR API defines a standard Java API that enables Java clients to access diverse XML registries with ease and simplicity.
The ebxmlrr-client provides an implementation of the JAXR API suitable for accessing any ebXML V2.x registry. The ebxmlrr-client package also includes a Registry Browser application that can graphically browse any OASIS ebXML V2.x registry.
Recently the ebxmlrr project also released its server package (named ebxmlrr-server), which provides a feature complete ebXML 2.1 Registry implementation.
The ebxmlrr-client package complements the ebxmlrr-server package by enabling developers to write Java applications that are clients to any ebXML V2.x registry.
The release is available in both source and binary form under an Apache style open source license. The license permits royalty free use, modification and redistribution of the source and binaries.
Relevant links follow below:
Web site for ebxmlrr project:
Install instructions for ebxmlrr-client:
Software download of ebxmlrr-client package:
Software download of ebxmlrr-server package:
Java Web Start enabled Registry Browser is available at:
Mailing list for ebxmlrr related announcements (low traffic):
Mailing list for technical questions and feedback on ebxmlrr client
and server packages (moderate traffic):
Technical forum and mailing list for questions and feedback related
to JAXR API (moderate traffic):
A Public ebXML V2 test Registry is operated by Hong Kong University
If you are interested in contributing to the ebxmlrr project please send email to: email@example.com
With this release we believe that developers have what they need for wide scale development of ebXML V2.x Registry client applications using the JAXR API.
Thanks for your interest and support.
Farrukh Najmi - Project Lead for ebxmlrr, JAXR Specification Lead, OASIS ebXML Registry TC member, Sun Microsystems
Edwin Goei - Technical Lead for ebxmlrr client, Sun Microsystems
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