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Subject: RE: UDDI Specifications

yes but we all know that once it is up... it is the default... why not use
the ebxml transport instead?

-----Original Message-----
From: Robert S Sutor/Watson/IBM [mailto:sutor@us.ibm.com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 06, 2000 12:28 PM
To: Klaus-Dieter Naujok
Cc: ebxml-stc
Subject: Re: UDDI Specifications

Everything is up at http://www.uddi.org right now.

SOAP is used for accessing the registry but it is not a requirement for
the eventual invocation of services.

Bob Sutor
Program Director, XML Technology
Office 716-243-2445 / IBM Tieline 320-9138
Fax 716-243-1778 / Cellular 716-317-6899
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sutor@us.ibm.com  -  http://www.ibm.com/xml

Klaus-Dieter Naujok <knaujok@pacbell.net> on 09/06/2000 01:02:20 PM

Please respond to Klaus-Dieter Naujok <knaujok@pacbell.net>

To:   ebxml-stc <ebxml-stc@lists.ebxml.org>
Subject:  UDDI Specifications

In case you have not downloaded them.  Take a GOOD look.  BTW,
UDDI is utilizing SOAP (very interesting).

UDDI Programmer's API Specification

This document describes the programming interface that is exposed
by all instances of the Universal Description, Discovery &
Integration (UDDI) registry.

UDDI XML Structure Reference

The programmatic interface provided for interacting with systems
that follow the Universal Description Discovery & Integration
(UUDI) specifications make use of Extended Markup Language (XML)
and a related technology called Simple Open Access Protocol
(SOAP), which is a specification for using XML in simple message
based exchanges.

The UDDI Programmers API Specification defines approximately 30
SOAP messages that are used to perform inquiry and publishing
functions against any UDDI compliant service registry. This
document outlines the details of each of the XML structures
associated with these messages.

Klaus-Dieter Naujok                        NextERA Interactive
Antioch, CA USA                                +1.925.759.1670

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