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Archive - 2006


Wiki Knowledgebase

Browse, edit, and add to this collaborative knowledgebase of information on using and understanding UDDI.

Blue links point to existing wiki pages. Red links represent suggestions for pages where you can be the first to add content.

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UDDI Wiki pages enable the public to dynamically collaborate on documents and add new pages to the site through a wiki interface.  

All pages on the UDDI Focus Area are accessible by the public. A simple, one-time registration is needed to contribute content to UDDI Today and UDDI Wiki pages.

UDDI Today

UDDI Today pages serve as a community bulletin board and directory where readers share topical information and recommend useful resources. Main index pages within UDDI Today include:

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Making the business case

Today's IT organizations must identify and plan for an architecture that can not only provide for scalability, but also agility, the ability to add new offerings or reorient existing functions in a flexible, minimally disruptive fashion. This agility requires that we think of IT in terms of services, not physical assets. Web services and service-oriented architecture are a practical way to meet these needs.

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Technical note submissions

A technical note is a non-normative document accompanying the UDDI Specification that provides guidance on how to use UDDI registries. The contents of these documents are not a part of the specifications. While technical notes represent the view of the OASIS UDDI Specification Technical Committee (TC) on some UDDI-related topic, they may be prospective in nature and need not document existing practice.

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