The aim of mapping IESR to UDDI, has proven to be reasonable, and the technologies available are adequate for the task. However, a great deal of work still remains, mostly in defining a set of tModels that are sufficiently extensive to cover the task at hand. The technical side of the problem is essentially solved. Yet this is not the most significant question, as the major issue is to evaluate UDDI itself. The ability of a UDDI implementation to act as a repository for this data is not in doubt; rather, the usability of the result remains questionable, as does the appropriateness of the approach for IESR purposes.
|Translated title of the contribution||UDDI and IESR|
|Publisher||University of Bristol|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|
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Other identifier: 2000492