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Posted: 29 December 2004 at 7:57pm | IP Logged

Anybody in software can help me get some good links on Web Services with Microsoft .NET implementation but uses UDDI registry instead of disco...

I need it for my thesis...

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Posted: 30 December 2004 at 1:11pm | IP Logged
I tried asking around sorry no luck Priya
anitha.b IF-Dazzler
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thanks priya...that is OK..
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give me some time ....il try finding!Smile
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try out this from http://msdn.microsoft.com/webservices/understanding/webservi cebasics/default.aspx

Dig into core Web service standards, including Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), Web Services Description Language (WSDL), and Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI). Explore how these technologies relate to XML and XML Schema and how they are used to build distributed applications.   


This is material for people who are looking for a high-level introduction to the basic ideas of what Web services are and the technologies surrounding them.

XML Web Services Basics
Get an overview of the value of XML Web services for developers, with introductions to SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI.   

See What Web Services Can Do for You
This Flash animation demonstrates how Web services can help companies connect standalone computer systems and get isolated applications to share information.   

This is essential material that all developers creating and using Web services should know about the building-blocks of Web services. This is in-depth material for a technical audience.

The Birth of Web Services
Web services is a term commonly used to describe an entire new breed of applications. Unfortunately, not everyone agrees on what that breed is. To help bring these concepts into focus, Aaron Skonnard reviews pertinent background information, then concentrates on the core Web Services platform and its fundamental characteristics.   

Understanding SOAP
Learn how SOAP defines a simple, extensible, and rich XML messaging framework that can be used over multiple protocols with a variety of different programming models.   

Understanding WSDL
Make Web services widely adoptable by using WSDL definitions to generate code that knows precisely how to interact with the Web service described, and hides the details in sending and receiving SOAP messages over different protocols.   

The Importance of Metadata: Reification, Categorization and UDDI
Look behind the UDDI metadata structure and see how best to employ that structure within a UDDI registry, both in the UDDI Business Registry (UBR) and in UDDI Services of Windows .NET Server 2003.   

This section is dedicated to advanced topics and information about basic Web service design. This is important information to be aware of when designing your Web services in the area of fundamental Web service technologies.

MSDN TV: SOAP: Service-Oriented Architecture and Programming, Pt. 1
Don Box waxes poetic on the objective and subjective conjoining of software components and services.   

MSDN TV: SOAP: Service-Oriented Architecture and Programming, Pt. 2
Don Box continues his talk on the objective and subjective conjoining of software components and services.   

RPC/Literal and Freedom of Choice
The SOAP messaging format used for your Web service doesn't necessarily determine the programming model you use. Learn more about SOAP messaging formats and decoupling the message format from the programming model.   

The Argument Against SOAP Encoding
See why SOAP encoding, also known as "Section 5 encoding," has no place in the future of Web services.   

XML, SOAP, and Binary Data
Read this white paper on the architectural issues encountered when using opaque non-XML data in XML applications, including (but not limited to) Web services and SOAP.


Edited by HUMM - 31 December 2004 at 5:20am
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also cheak out following links

http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0MLV/is_5_3/ai_ 103845631

this one was good
http://soapclient.com/uddi/resources.html

or

https://shale.intel.com/SoftwareCollege/CourseDetails.asp? courseID=83

also this one

http://www.devx.com/dotnet/Door/10588?start=21
..... contains Uddi info links

or
http://www.uddi.org/solutions.html

... this is all info i got by serching.. i hope it helps u smisha.Go to the UDDI Test RegistryGo to the UDDI Test RegistrySmile

.....

it from http://www-306.ibm.com/software/solutions/webservices/uddi/

Web services by IBM


  Web Services and UDDI

Today's business imperatives are clearer than ever: beat competitors to market with new products, deliver personalized service, increase customer loyalty, and evolve at electronic speeds. These imperatives demand a technology infrastructure that is more flexible, dynamic and business-savvy than ever. Web services based on UDDI are an evolution in e-business applications that will help you reach these goals and take B2B to the next level.

  UDDI Business Registry

The IBM Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) Business Registry is a database that facilitates the rapid participation of business in the e-commerce and business-to-business marketplaces.

You can describe your business, discover business partners, and use the UDDI Version 2 technical standards to communicate with the world. The UDDI Business Registry makes your company more visible and accessible to potential buyers and marketplaces worldwide. This UDDI Business Registry node allows you to register and find information with no-charge and this information is replicated with other operator nodes.

Not ready to use the IBM UDDI Business Registry? Try out the IBM UDDI Business Test Registry. This IBM hosted UDDI Version 2 registry allows you to test your software and data without affecting any business information in the UDDI Business Registry.

NEW! The UDDI Version 3 Beta Registry is now available for testing. With this beta, IBM continues to provide validation of the UDDI specification through an early reference implementation. The support of UDDI Version 3 features affords tool providers and early adopters publicly available access to this technology.


Go to the UDDI Version 3 Beta Registry
Go to the UDDI Business Registry
Go to the UDDI Test RegistryGo to the UDDI Test Registry




Edited by HUMM - 31 December 2004 at 5:39am
anitha.b IF-Dazzler
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Posted: 31 December 2004 at 4:32pm | IP Logged

thanks a bunch HUMM..

I had some of the links and some looks new. Thanks for the info.Wink

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