Service Registry with Advanced Search Capability, Part 4, Handling multiple matches

Learn how to manage multiple service names matches in the service registry with advanced search capability

From the developerWorks archives

Dr. Waseem Roshen

Date archived: May 13, 2019 | First published: March 08, 2011

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 the third installment, part 3, of this series you learned about the various practical configurations that are possible for combining these four core components either in a single application or multiple applications. In this last installment, part 4, you will learn how to handle multiple service names matches, which may occur in some rare cases.

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