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Arun Adiththan
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Dear All,

I am working with OpenUDDI to publish and invoke the Web service descriptions. I would like to invoke the published service descriptions (through the unique business key of each business entity) by providing the Inquiry URL and Business Entity name. Could any one please point me to the programming logic to achieve this?

I attach the code found at Sourceforge site for retrieving the service descriptions given the business key and Inquiry URL (Bold Lines). But I would like to retrieve using business entity name rather than business key. Please help me.


import java.io.IOException;
import dk.itst.uddi.client.ConnectionInfo;
import dk.itst.uddi.client.UDDIClient;
import dk.itst.uddi.client.query.FindServiceQuery;
import dk.itst.uddi.client.query.FindServiceResult;
import dk.itst.uddi.client.types.core.AccessPoint;
import dk.itst.uddi.client.types.core.BindingTemplate;
import dk.itst.uddi.client.types.core.BindingTemplates;
import dk.itst.uddi.client.types.core.BusinessService;

public class Main

* @param args the command line arguments
public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException

ConnectionInfo ci = new ConnectionInfo();
UDDIClient client = new UDDIClient(ci);
//set Business key here
FindServiceQuery q = client.getInquiry().findService().setBusinessKey("uddi:mydomain.com:2bf81ecd-1b24-43d0-8580-41a28a5000bf");
FindServiceResult services = q.execute();
String serviceKey = null;
for (int i = 0; i < services.getCount(); i++)
serviceKey = services.getServiceInfos()[i].getServiceKey();
System.err.println("Service key found at: " + serviceKey);

BusinessService service = client.getInquiry().getService(serviceKey);
BindingTemplates bt = service.getBindingTemplates();
for (int i = 0; i < bt.sizeOfBindingTemplateArray(); i++)
BindingTemplate bindingTemplateFound = bt.getBindingTemplateArray(i);
System.err.println("BindingKey :" + bindingTemplateFound.getBindingKey());
AccessPoint ap = bindingTemplateFound.getAccessPoint();
System.out.println("Web Service Endpoint is at: \n" + ap.getStringValue());



Awaiting for your reply ASAP.

Thank you.[color=black]
Dan Drillich
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UDDIQuery might help.
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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