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Re: ebXML adapt SOAP, is UDDI next?
- From: Simon Fell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: Eric Chiu <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2001 23:21:21 -0700
certainly wouldn't claim to be an expert, but IIRC, UDDI uses SOAP,
but has its own encoding style, it doesn't use the standard section 5
On Wed, 25 Apr 2001 10:53:00 -0500, in xml you wrote:
>ebXML recently adapted SOAP into the Messaging Specification,
>which encompasses a set of services and protocols that allow an
>electronic business client to request services from electronic business
>servers over any application-level transport protocol, including SMTP, HTTP
>and others. ebXML defines a general-purpose message, with a header that
>supports multiple payloads, while allowing digital signatures within and among
>related messages. Although the header is XML, the body of the message
>may be XML, MIME, etc
>A similar proposal is underway to use the UDDI business registry
>to search for an ebXML Registry/Repository.
>Anyone with UDDI expertise care to comment?