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Question on UDDI

 
Abhisek Jana
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hi,
I am studying for the webservice exam and found that UDDI is really boring ... i m reading the RMH...
is it advisable to skip the UDDI Data Structure, Inquiry API & publishing API and continue on JAX-RPC ?
 
Karthik Rajendiran
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Originally posted by Abhisek Jana:
hi,
I am studying for the webservice exam and found that UDDI is really boring ... i m reading the RMH...
is it advisable to skip the UDDI Data Structure, Inquiry API & publishing API and continue on JAX-RPC ?


Hello riend,
UDDI is infact is not boring. It is really interesting. Let me tell you easy way.
Dont try to mugup. Try relating UDDI with JAXR topic then you can appreciate why uddi is kept like that and how it is used.

JAXR - you might get some api related,but uddi know the concepts and basic profile constraints on that.

My advice. try reading UDDI on xyzws.com first, and then readh RMH
 
Patrick Williams
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"Boring" is a word that reflects opinion, but UDDI being boring is almost a fact!
 
Abhisek Jana
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Thanks a lot Karthik .. i have taken the print out of the notes and will finish the UDDI on July 4th ... thanks again for you Suggestion.
 
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