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From Kurt T Stam <kurt.s...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to pick up the v3 implmentation of scout ?
Date Thu, 12 May 2011 13:59:20 GMT
Hi Shawn,

Scout is a JAXR library to talk to a an XML registry. jUDDI is an 
implementation of such an XML based registry implementing the UDDI spec. 
jUDDI 2.x implements the UDDI v2 spec. jUDDI 3.x implements the UDDI v3 
spec. Scout comes with its own configuration file: scout.properties. To 
have it create UDDIv3 requests use


See also:


ad 1. The reason for defaulting it to UDDI v2 is that JAXR 1.0 only 
talks about UDDI v2, and there is no new JAXR version to deal with UDDI 
v3. Scout support UDDI v3 only where the UDDI v2 and v3 feature set overlap.

ad 2. I think you are confusing the context jUDDI's webservices are 
deployed at with your webservices. You would deploy your services under 
a different context (not /juddi). You then will have to register them 
into jUDDI. You can do that by calling the jUDDI webservice API. Also we 
create annotations to do 'auto-registration' on deployment. See:


Hope that clears things up.



On 5/12/11 3:36 AM, Shawn Jiang wrote:
> Hi devs,
> 1, There are both v2 and v3 impl classes in scout.    And some of them 
> has version properties,  I noticed that the default version in V3Impl 
> is 2.0.
> org.apache.ws.scout.registry.RegistryV3Impl.DEFAULT_UDDI_VERSION=  "2.0";
> org.apache.ws.scout.registry.RegistryV3Impl.DEFAULT_UDDI_NAMESPACE = 
> "urn:uddi-org:api_v2";
> My question is :
> What's the reason to default the V3 impl to 2.0 ?    How to specify 
> the version I want to use in uddi war ?  I tried juddiv3.properties 
> but it seems not working.
> 2,   I deploy the jaxws web services by myself and these deployed uddi 
> services are not of default v3 services/xxxxService path.
> For example,   I deployed all the services to /juddi/xxxService.    
> Where can I change these URL mapping  with something below ?
> juddi.proxy.inquiryURL = http://localhost:8080/juddi/UDDIInquiryService
> juddi.proxy.publishURL = 
> http://localhost:8080/juddi/UDDIPublicationService
> juddi.proxy.securityURL = http://localhost:8080/juddi/UDDISecurityService
> Thanks in advance !
> -- 
> Shawn

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