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# Tuesday, December 27, 2005

Venant juste de terminer l'implémentation d'une application utilisant la technologies UDDI, de plus, en défendant cet outil, voilà que Microsoft, IBM et SAP annoncent l'arrêt des UBR (pour UDDI Business Registry). Pour ceux qui ne sont pas familiers avec ces termes, les UBR étaient des services UDDI mis à la disposition de tout un chacun, quant à UDDI, il s'agit d'un service de pages blanches pour les services web.

Le projet a démarré en septembre 2000 et a donné lieu à 3 version successives de UDDI, spécification qui a été reprise par le consortium OASIS. D'après ce qu'on peut lire sur l'UBR de Microsoft, il s'agissait d'un test grandeur nature afin de vérifier que l'intéropérabilité entre des implémentations différentes d'une même spécification fonctionne. Expérience faite, et travaillant avec des services web depuis quelques années, force m'a été de constater que UDDI n'a pas vraiment convaincu beaucoup de monde. Et l'arrivée de la version 3 des spécifications n'a d'ailleurs pas fait beucoup de vague. De plus, à voir l'activité des newsgroup sur le sujet, cela n'est guère convaincant.

Dommage, car il s'agissait d'une technologie intéressante, mais je crains qu'elle ne soit encore plus confidentielle avec les fermetures de ces UBR.

Fermeture des services, le 12 janvier.

Finishing an application using the UDDI technologies, and more, defending this useful tool, Microsoft, IBM and SAP announce the discontinuation of the UBR (read UDDI Business Registry). For those who don't know what are these acronyms, UBR were UDDI public services for all of us. And UDDI is a kind of yellow pages for web services.

The UDDI project started in september 2000 and 3 different versions of the specification went out. These specifications were also approved by the OASIS consortium. As we can read on the Microsoft's UBR, "the goals were to define a set of specifications to enable"......"and to prove interoperability through a shared implementation of those specifications...". Still working with web services for several years, I have never seen much of enthusiasm about UDDI and I don't think many companies have adopted this technology. And the version 3 of the specifications coming out seems not changing very much of this. Moreover, the activity on the UDDI newsgroups is very little.

That is a pity, because it was (is) an interesting technology, but I am afraid it will become even more confidential with the UBR shutdown.

Shutdown date, the 12th January

Tuesday, December 27, 2005 5:41:16 PM (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00)  #    Comments [1] -
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Tuesday, December 27, 2005 5:46:20 PM (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00)
Il semblerait que SAP veuille continuer à proposer un UBR. Ils vont simplement le mettre à jour et passer à une implémentation en version 3 des spécifications UDDI. Voir ici :
http://uddi.sap.com/ubr-shutdown-faq.html


It seems that SAP will continue to propose its UBR beyond the 12th of January. But they will upgrade from UDDI version 2 to UDDI version 3. See here :
http://uddi.sap.com/ubr-shutdown-faq.html
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