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how to publish and consume web services in uddi?  RSS feed

 
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Hi All, I am new to web services. can anyone tell me how people publish and consume web services for real world applications.Are there
any specific web sites for this. I tried to open webservices.seekda.com suggested by someone but unfortunately that server was shutdown.
I am unable to access uddi registry also. I am going through web a lot but no use..I am seeing here lot of support from this forum..please
give me reply.. it takes one or two minutes for you people.. please...
 
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UDDI was a nice sounding idea see this wikipedia article for discussion that never took off. I understand it gets used inside corporate private systems.

Instead, people publish text descriptions of a service and a public WSDL file. Various toolkits can read a WSDL file and create SOAP client software components.

The vision of lots of public SOAP services never took off either because a RESTful style service is so much easier - thats why AMAZON and Google dropped their SOAP interfaces for REST.

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Hi Venkat,

Please find the following url which will be useful to get online web services http://www.webservicex.net/ws/wscatlist.aspx . This is of much useful from developer perspective who wants to play with web services. Let me know if this is useful.
 
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