Aggregate UDDI searches with Business Explorer for web services

Developers can radically simplify their web services searches with BE4WS

From the developerWorks archives

Liang-Jie Zhang and Qun Zhou

Date archived: January 5, 2017 | First published: March 01, 2002

Many developers believe that web services will open up a world of interlocking business services that find each other over the Internet, thus integrating disparate code into useful programs. But if this vision is to come to pass, users must be able to find services out there on the vast public network. Current searching APIs are rudimentary at best, and a developer must write a lot of code in order to find the web services he or she desires. Business Explorer for Web Services (BE4WS) is an alphaWorks technology, based on the Java programming language and XML, that aims to simplify Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI) searches for developers and users alike. Liang-Jie Zhang and Qun Zhou walk you through some example code to show you how it's done -- and show you how you can a build a Web-based application that will allow users to find web services without writing any code at all.

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