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obstacles using UDDI tutorial

 
Goran Markovic
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Hi, just as I said, I have a problem using UDDI sample (the usage of JAX-R for registring service and retriving some).
I have followed the SUN Tutorial, and various version of JavaWSTutorial.pdf's, but the problem is the same.
I have installed jwsdp, but I have no any example of some folders (Registry servlets, and so on...) in my installation directory!
Does anyone could tell me what is the problem ( I believe that that tutorial many of you have been passed)?
Also if someone know good tutorial about mentioned issue, I would appreciota much!
Thanks in advance
 
Goran Markovic
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Does anyone could tell where is located (how to find) uddi registry on local machine for testing purpose?
In one turotial I find this

I have installed my JWSDP 2.0, and I got no RegistryServer (at least I am HUGE confused, and I cannot find it).
In the another tutorial for JWSDP 1.5 I find this piece of code :


I have nowhere neither the servlet named as such, neither any file or folder named - omar or registry or soap.
So please, does anyone tell me WHAT is the problem???
 
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See the last paragraph in the http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ScdjwsLinks for some hints on how to run a local UDDi registry.
 
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Hi Ulf. Could you be little more specific. Did you think about this WebService Faq, and if so, there are plenty of links. What particularly you think on?
 
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What is the javax.xml.registry.queryManagerURL and javax.xml.registry.lifeCycleManagerURL in JWSDP 2.0? I believe that is the right question, which I am trying two whole days to resolve?
There is no any public UDDi registry server, in order to test mu JAX-R(at least I couldn't find it) and I cannot setup the local registry server on my machine.
So what is the straight solution ?
 
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Hi.
I was trying to follow this article, Ulf refer to, setting uddi/ebxml.
This is the first configuration :


All the time it is talk about soar web application. In JWSDP 2.0 there is NO such a file/folder or anything upon what pointing Sun's documentation and every tutorial of JAX-R? How is that possible? What did you do guys, when you have encountered this obstacles, which you have MUST to be faced with, if you have try perform any tutorial.
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Could you be little more specific. Did you think about this WebService Faq, and if so, there are plenty of links. What particularly you think on?

No, when I linked to http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ScdjwsLinks I was thinking of http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ScdjwsLinks and not http://faq.javaranch.com/java/WebServicesFaq. The last paragraph rather specifically talks about running a UDDI server, does it not?
 
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Yes, you have right. I did follow the last paragraph of that link (I correct my self) and it leads to my last post, which talk about inconsistent state between tutorial (you have referred to) and real situation when JWSDP 2.0 is installed. Unfortunately, it is usual thing that books/tutorials are not in synchronization with real world.
 
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