As far as I know, this list is dead. This is the first message I receive for years.
I think you should stop using uddi4j, since it is mostly obsolete now. Instead you should use UDDI v3, that provides WSDL that should be usable from your favourite web services stack to create proxy classes equivalent to the uddi4j ones.
On the other hand, one could also discuss whether UDDI itself is obsolete, since as far as I know very few people use it at runtime, because you actually don't need it at all to call your services.
At development time, it is usually not needed to use APIs to publish the services, but people use the GUIs of the registry products.

De: Agrawal, Vikas IN BLR SISL []
Enviado el: miércoles, 22 de octubre de 2008 10:30
Asunto: [Uddi4j-developers] how to publish web service and call it usingregistry in uddi4j ?

Hello All,


I am using uddi4j 2.05. I have some services deployed in glassfish server v2 (20080603 build). Now I want to publish these services using uddi4j and then call them in my application (which is also in glassfish server) using registry.

So how can I publish my web service and call them using registry. Is any demo or tutorial is available on net?


Please help me.


Thanks and regards,



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