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Web Services Publishing and Discovery

Abstract

In Chapter 3, Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) is introduced as typical specification for Web services registries. In general, as illustrated in Fig. 4.1, a Web service can be published in one of two major ways: to a centralized services registry or to a distributed services registry. The UDDI registry is one typical example of a centralized services registry, whereas the Web services Inspection Language (WS-Inspection or WSIL) is an example of publishing a Web service as a distributed document.

Keywords

Service Requestor Service Discovery Search Query Service Registry Service Type 
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