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kevin lee sg
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Hi all,

Using UDDI from systinet, when I add a service, I'll assign it the KeyedReference of GENERAL_KEYWORDS_TMODEL_KEY, and a few other key info about the service.

I'm using Oracle Service Registry. On OSR's UI, is there anyway to verify that the above info is stored properly, and "findable" with the above info?

Any help is appreciated!!
 
Ivan Krizsan
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Hi!
I am not familiar with the products you mention, but I can suggest two approaches:
- Examine the database in which the registry information is stored.
This may be difficult if it is not easily readable.
- Write a JAXR client that queries the registry.
This requires some coding and if you are not familiar with JAXR, then it may be too much work.
Best wishes!
 
kevin lee sg
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is there an easier way?

In the sense of clicking here and there in the UI?

I only wish to verify the info is correctly written, and usable. No wish to develop another program to do that...
 
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kevin lee sg wrote:is there an easier way?

Hopefully, but as I said, I am not familiar with the products.
 
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Hello guys,

Any more suggestions?

Thank you!
 
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