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how to find web service from UDDI ?

 
Bharat Makwana
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Hi guys,
I know what is UDDI(UDDI (Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration) is an XML-based registry for businesses worldwide to list themselves on the Internet.)

But I know to know how a client find web service it want?? Will client browse UDDI online like we visit some web site? or it will send mail to some person who manages UDDI,describing that I want this kind of web service ?

Any help will be appreciated, Thanks in advance ?
 
purushottaman dwarkanathan
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check out this site

www.xmethods.net -- This site has some published web services. In order to call a web service, you need to have the URL of the wsdl. This wsdl will be tied up with a key in the UDDI.

You will be able to know some sample keys and the URL's from the xmethods.net
 
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