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UDDI

(Universal Description, Discovery and Integration) An industry initiative for a universal business registry (catalog) of Web services turned over to the stewardship of OASIS in 2002 as the version 3 specification of UDDI was released. Originally developed by Ariba, IBM, Microsoft and others, UDDI is designed to enable software to automatically discover and integrate with services on the Web. Using a UDDI browser, humans can also review the information contained in the registry, which is a network of servers on the Internet similar to the Domain Name System (DNS).

White, Yellow and Green Pages
UDDI white pages are addresses and contacts; yellow pages are industry classification. The green pages are descriptions of services that include the XML version, type of encryption and a Document Type Definition (DTD) of the standard. UDDI messages ride on top of the SOAP protocol, which invokes services on the Web. For more information, visit http://uddi.xml.org and www.oasis-open.org. See WSDL, Web services, SOAP, DTD and Disco.
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* Journal of the Hyperlinked Organization: Standards Soup: Solid SOAP and Its Buddy UDDI
First and foremost, UDDI is a registry of global businesses.
In this way, this process publishes the monitoring services, the management services, and the value-added ITS services by means of the registry and discovery systems, which can be implemented using the universal description, discovery, and integration (UDDI) approach [28].
Web services use three core technologies based on XML; these are: WSDL, SOAP and UDDI [3,4,5].
Os Repositorios de Servicos respeitam o padrao Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) (Clement, Hately, Riegen & Rogers, 2004).
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The recent standardization efforts accomplished in Web services, with their XML-based formats for registration/discovery, service description, and service access, respectively UDDI, WSDL, and SOAP, certainly represent an interesting first step towards open service composition, which MA (Mobile Agent) supports for mobile computing, are expected to integrate within their frameworks soon.
For the extended HHFR architecture, we design and implement the Context-store (1) in UDDI and WS-Context compliance [8].
al., 2005), SAWSDL (w3.org) can be used to semantically annotate web services and the annotations can be recorded in UDDI V3 (uddi.org) using tModels and categoryBags.
Web Services are based on four standards: SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol), WSDL (Web Service Description Language), UDDI (Universal Description Discovery and Integration) and XML (eXtensible Markup Language).