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What is the future "UDDI-based Services Registry"?

Hi, all.

In the NW2004s help.sap.com,

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04s/helpdata/en/6c/8aac34d2d6e64dbcfc3ffb10bb3e9e/frameset.htm

it says, "The publication of services will be possible in the near future

in a UDDI-based Services Registry".

What is this Services Registry?

1. ESR is for GDT and interfaces in design time, and this Registry is for

service endpoints info etc. in runtime?

2. What would be the difference between service registry and UDDI? Is it

just UDDI v.3 with some additional features from SAP?

Best Regards.

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    Dec 21, 2006 at 10:57 AM

    Hi,

    In my opinion this Services Registry is the same as Enterprise Services Repository - part of SAP NW - the design-time repository of service objects for ESOA.

    It is a container with Enterprise Services, Business Objects and other components.

    It is centerpiece of ESOA and starting point for building composite applications,

    Regards

    Krzysztof Ziemba

    Mary Christmas and Happy New Year 2007 for All

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