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My question is about Private UDDI Registry. We are trying to create a private enterprise level UDDI registry and publish all services into that. We can create businessEntities within UDDI registry corresponding to our business lines, i.e. one businessEntity for one business unit. We have several services in each business unit. And I want to group related services into one group and publish it as one businessService under that businessEntity. Add individual services in that group as tModel with it own accesspoint. I looked at UDDI specification, and it states that we can have multiple tModels within one businessService. I noticed that the IBM UDDI registry that comes with WebSphere 5.1 does not support this kind of grouping.
It allows us to put multiple tModels and bindingTemplates for each businessServices, but it does not maintain relation betweeen bindingTemplate and tModels.
I really appreciate if you can provide any suggestion to this problem.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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