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Build a Client Application to Access a UDDI Registry : Page 3

Now that you've seen how to set up a UDDI registry on your server, it's time to learn how to use it from a client application.


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The UDDI Inquiry API
The UDDI inquiry API consists of operations that enable you to browse and traverse a registry to obtain information about specific businesses and services. Table 1 shows the inquiry API calls that a UDDI registry must support.

Table 1. The table lists the Inquiry API methods that a UDDI registry must support.

Method

Description



find_binding

Used to locate bindings within or across one or more registered businessServices.

find_business

Used to locate information about one or more businesses.

find_relatedBusinesses

Used to locate information about businessEntity registrations that are related to a specific business entity whose key is passed in an inquiry.

find_service

Used to locate specific services within registered business entities.

find_tModel

Used to locate one or more tModel information structures.

get_bindingDetail

Used to get bindingTemplate information suitable for making service requests.

get_businessDetail

Used to get the businessEntity information for one or more businesses or organizations.

get_businessDetailExt

Used to get extended businessEntity information.

get_serviceDetail

Used to get full details for a given set of registered businessService data.

get_tModelDetail

Used to get full details for a given set of registered tModel data.


Listing 2 illustrates how the sample application uses the org.apache.juddi classes to find businesses.



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