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using uddi4j to access a uddi registry  RSS feed

 
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hi,
I'm building this web services application using axis-1.1.
Please advice me on how to use uddi4j in order to access a uddi registry, so that the web services could be published in the uddi registry(Please mention a suitable registry that i should use)
thanx
 
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At least Oracle and IBM provide free access to their test UDDI registries so you don't need to set up your own private UDDI registry.
Regarding code samples, I'd suggest searching IBM developerWorks and Oracle Technology Network.
 
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Objects Search's uddi search engine enables users to
search registries(webservices).
Objects Search : http://www.ObjectsSearch.com
 
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