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Hello all,
I am pareparing the exam,but now I only know that tModel is used to category the organization, business service and other entity,I want to know how to create a tModel myself and other organization or user can refer to it,I have studied the SAAJ from SUN and other materials, can anyone give me some other meterial or suggestion about tModel,Thanks a lot.
 
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The book J2EE Web Services has about 12 pages the detail the use of the tModel in Web services but it doesn't really get into create your own custom tModels. For that I would suggest going to the UDDI.org web site. I'm pretty sure their is a technical document on that subject - for example how to create new categorization or identification tModels.
 
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BTW - You don't need to know how to create custom categorization or identifer tModels for the certification exam.
 
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Richard,
Thanks a lot.
 
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