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UDDI

Universal Description, Discovery and Integration. A registry for businesses to list themselves online. UDDI also allows users to access web services. Businesses listed on UDDI are organized by name and contact information, industry or sector, and the specific services offered. UDDI was written in 2000 but was not widely adopted. It was largely abandoned by 2010.
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The format of these messages is already defined in the WSDL contract when creating the SOAP message.
First, we see about how the handling time changes with increasing the number of data services against fixed WSDL interface mechanism and dynamic WSDL interface mechanism, respectively.
Web service providers will publish the availability of their applications, using UDDI to describe their location and available services and WSDL to define how to use them.
For the Semantic Web Activity, the Working Group is chartered to cooperate with the Resource Description Framework (RDF) Interest Group to produce a mapping of WSDL 1.
Many companies have stated that they expect to support WSDL 2.
A WSDL is an interface specification language, much like IDL in CORBA, Java RMI, and Microsoft's COM, expressed as an XML document, very much like an XML schema.
Version 2007 delivers an impressive array of new features and enhancements, including a revolutionary new WSDL editor in XMLSpy, the ability to use Web services as sources, targets, or functions in MapForce([R]) data integration projects, output sorting in StyleVision([R]), and a major speed increase in the AltovaXML[TM] processor built into the products.
Remote WSDL Publishing: Allows organizations to deploy policies that are attached to Web service Description Language (WSDL) documents and publish them to a central location.
WSDL is an XML-based language used to describe a specific Web service
Parasoft will also highlight at JavaOne, Parasoft SOAtest, an automated Web services testing solution that allows users to verify all aspects of a Web service, from WSDL validation, to unit and functional testing of the client and server, to performance testing.