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Marlboro
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Dear
Hi
I am using WSTK 4.2 for Web service.
1-Is there possible to enjoy a web service without touching UDDI (as we do with Apache SOAP2.2)I have WSDL interface and Implementation documents and deployment descriptor for Web service so how could I invoke web service.please send sample code
2-Is it possible to use repository other than IBM DB2 for UDDI Registry with WSTK?
Please reply me soon.Early thanks
[ January 16, 2002: Message edited by: Marlboro ]
 
Kyle Brown
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Marlboro,
Here at the Java Ranch we have a naming policy that requires you to register using your REAL NAME. Please re-register under your real name.
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By the way, your answers are:
(1) UDDI is purely optional. Lots of users of Web Services never touch it. If you're not doing a lookup for a service (e.g. you know your endpoint statically) you don't need it. There are dozens of examples of Web Services not using UDDI on the IBM Developerworks site, and also some in Apache SOAP and the WSTK itself!
(2) No. Our UDDI only works on DB2.
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I'd wager that lots of people will offer web services by directly emailing (or making available via their website), the WSDL files that describe the service, and never use UDDI or anything like it.
It would acually be one way to control the visibiliy of your service.
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...but if you DO want to try out UDDI without having to actually publish something to a public registry, you can get JEDDI, which is a UDDI testbed, for free from www.silverstream.com
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