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Subject: RE: Distributed Registry Proposal Approach
Message text written by Bob Sutor >I want to add a few points around this discussion. UDDI is something to be used in any way you wish. No one is asking ebXML to adopt the specifications from an intellectual property perspective, just store information there.< >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Bob, This is a very good point. In the 'Copernic' navigation model I proposed last week - UDDI is just another information source ,and one that can be categorized and searched into - just as Copernic does now. In fact taking this approach means a user would not even know the internals of UDDI. The Copernic interface allows you to iconically select classification domains to search. These can then be local ebXML registries, identifed via their CPP info' and a networked pre-search, just like Copernic uses a locally defined set of registries. The beauty of this approach is that it is VERY simple - SME friendly, and does not require the complexity of Registry of Registry and heavy weight replication of Registry to Registry content. See http://www.copernic.com for how this searching and location system works (all XML based too!). I should have sometime to develop a proposal paper on this later this week. Thanks, DW.
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