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Has anyone added items in the IBM testRegisry thru the site GUI. I have done that- it does not give me the binding template option (or the equivalent thereof).
I can add a business entity and svc. and locator but I don't seem to be able link all of them. As a result I can not search for them using UDDI.
I try something like this- it returns nothing:
String providerLevelUUID = "UUID:53C0B360-D616-11D5-8055-0004AC49CC1E";
String svcLevelUUID = "UUID:079090F0-D620-11D5-8055-0004AC49CC1E";
tModelKeyStringsVector.addElement(providerLevelUUID );
tModelBag = new TModelBag(tModelKeyStringsVector);
// Get list of businesses
BusinessList bl = proxy.find_business(tModelBag,null,10);
Any ideas will be appreciated,
[This message has been edited by Sanjay Bahal (edited November 13, 2001).]
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I think you can add your binding information in the access point when you add the service.
you can choose different protocols for the access point.
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