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From Tom Cunningham <tcunn...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: Need a help regarding TModel
Date Mon, 03 Jan 2011 21:41:35 GMT

This doesn't sound to me like the correct use of TModel.      I'd 
suggest re-reading the UDDI docs - it sounds to me like what you are 
looking for are discoveryURLs.

http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/uddi-spec/doc/spec/v3/uddi-v3.0.2-20041019.htm



On 12/31/2010 09:07 AM, Kasun Weranga wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I am doing a project in which I publish service details into jUDDI 
> registry.
> In service user interface of our project we capture relevant 
> information relating to the service (service name, service 
> description, WSDL url, and additional documentation regarding the 
> service etc..).
> By using those captured information from service UI, I was able to 
> successfully publish the service details in to UDDI registry. (I used 
> WSDL to UDDI mapping too).
>
> But when I going to publish the additional documents relating to the 
> service as separate TModels. I couldn't find a standard way for doing 
> that.
>
> I came up with following TModel.
>
> /<tModel tModelKey="" >
> <name>
> *[Document Name]*
> </name>
> <overviewDoc>
> <description xml:lang="en">
> *[DESCRIPTION_GOES_HERE]*
> </description>
> <overviewURL useType="text">
> *[URL_GOES_HERE]*
> </overviewURL>
> <overviewDoc>
> </tModel>
>
> But problem is what are the KeyedReferences in CategoryBag should be? 
> Since I couldn't find relevant KeyedReferences I kept CategoryBag 
> field empty. Is it right?
> Can anyone tell me what are the KeyedRefrences?
> I really appreciate your help
> //
> /Can anyone help me ?
>
> Thanks,
> Kasun.
>
>


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