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RE: Seeking lURNed advice on UDDI
- From: Stuart Naylor <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2001 15:30:56 +0100
I thought UDDI might be real usefull but I might be totally wrong here is
that there isn't mechanism to traverse the list and select by context. Don't
you need a schema reference to the list server that dictates this is my API.
And UDDI basically tranforms into a not to clever data mapping server.
I would much rather see a peer to peer method so that the AI guys can find a
method data negotiation based on the context of business process ontologies.
It would be dependent on the consise definition of individual process
ontologies positioned correctly amongst a large collection of processes. Now
I am just a dumb oakey but wouldn't the semantic part make it more accurate
as it grows as a collection.
From: Tim Bray [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 26 April 2001 01:13
Subject: Seeking lURNed advice on UDDI
I'm beginning to think that UDDI might be real useful.
If you check out the spec-ware (PDF, grrrrrrrrrr) at
it turns out that the UDDI tagset is in a namespace whose
name is "urn:uddi-org:api". This makes me uncomfortable, but
maybe that's just because I don't understand URNs. First off,
how unique is that? It doesn't *look* very unique to a URN
Second, does this mean that you can't use RDDL or even an
ordinary web page to allow the eager-to-learn to discover
some things about the namespace? Or are have URN resolvers
been quietly been springing up while I wasn't looking?
(Neither IE nor Mozilla do anything useful for me with this
particular URI). -Tim
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