WSRP Relationship to UDDI

WSRP Relationship to UDDI

Jana Polgar (Monash University, Australia) and Tony Polgar (Sensis Pty Ltd, Australia)
Copyright: © 2007 |Pages: 7
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-989-2.ch197
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Abstract

In most cases, portlets are built to be deployed by local portals. This is not practical if the organisation wishes to publish their Web services and expects other business partners to use these services in their portals. UDDI extension for WSRP enables the discovery and access to user facing Web services provided by business partners while eliminating the need to design local user facing portlets. Most importantly, the remote portlets can be updated by the Web service providers from their own servers. Remote portlet consumers are not required to make any changes in their portals to accommodate updated remote portlets. This results in easier team development, upgrades, administration, low cost development, and usage of shared resources. In this chapter, we deal with the technical underpinning of the UDDI extensions for WSRP (user facing remote Web services) and their role in service sharing among business partners. We outline the WSDL extensions relevant to the remote portlets and WSRP (WSRP specification version 1, 2003). publishing and binding process in UDDI.

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