Configurations and controller
Learn how to combine the four core components in a single or multiple applications
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Date archived: September 8, 2016 | First published: November 01, 2010
In the first installment, part 1, of this series you learned the reasons for needing advanced search capability in a services registry. In the second installment, part 2 of this series, you learned how to implement the four core components of this advanced registry. In this installment, part 3 of this series you will learn the various practical configurations that are possible for combining these four core components either in a single application or multiple applications. You will also learn about a fifth auxiliary component, called controller, which is required for some configurations. In the next installment you will learn how to handle the case of multiple matches in advanced registry.
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