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Fourteen Parameters of an identi erBag Description This parameter is mandatory and points to a tModel. For example, the distinct tModel represents the DUNS or GLN identi er system. The keyName is a human-readable form of the identi er system plus the business entity. This parameter is also mandatory and contains the identi er according to the selected identi er system.
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references to tModels identifying the actual classification system, along with keyNames and keyValues. The information in the categoryBag helps a consumer decide whether the service or the service provider belongs to the right category. A category can occur inside a businessEntity, businessService, or tModel. Once again, in general, any category can be employed. UDDI specifications mention some categories explicitly. These explicitly mentioned categories include the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) and the Universal Standard Product and Services Classification (UNSPSC) system. UDDI also has a number of built-in taxonomies, including a taxonomy named uddiorg:types (in other words, the keyName attribute has this value). This is represented by a distinct tModel. This built-in taxonomy supports the categorization of tModels. Possible category values are wsdlSpec, soapSpec, and xmlSpec. Binding Template A binding template contains information on the service end point. It also represents or refers to the technical information about a Web Service. The complete structure of a binding template is shown in Figure 14.5. We first discuss the service end point information in a binding template. Two elements can have information on the service end point: accessPoint and hostingRedirector. They are mutually exclusive and both are a direct child of the bindingTemplate element. The accessPoint element is used to code the service end point information directly into the bindingTemplate itself. The value of this must be interpreted according to the URL type attribute value. For example, if the attribute has the value http, the content of the accessPoint element represents a URL. The presence of hostingRedirector (in place of accessPoint) indicates that the binding template points to another bindingTemplate, which ultimately provides the service end point information. This element is used if more than one service description can benefit from one bindingTemplate.
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1 tModel Instance Details n tModel Instance Info n description n description n description
0..1 Access Point
0..1 Hosting Redirector
tModelKey
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0..1 Instance Details 0..1 overviewDoc Instance Parms 0..1 overviewURL Additional Information Containment relationship Association relationship
Optional Mandatory Mutually Exclusive
Structure of a binding template
The attribute bindingKey maintains the UUID value of the target bindingTemplate. The remaining elements (elements other than accessPoint and hostingRedirector) shown in Figure 14.5 are used to provide technical information about a Web Service. The top element in this hierarchy is tModelInstanceDetails, which is a container element. This element and all its subordinates are described briefly in Table 14.3. The most important information carried by this substructure is information about the wire protocol and data exchange formats and links to the tModels associated with the binding template.
Fourteen tModelInstanceDetails and Its Subelements Description
TABLE 14.3
Element
tModelInstanceDetails This element is a container of tModelInstanceInfo elements. This collection of all tModelInstanceInfo and tModel elements is called the technical ngerprint of a Web Service. tModelInstanceInfo instanceDetails This element refers to a tModel and optionally contains an instanceDetails element. This optional element contains associated bindingTemplatespeci c information for the referenced tModel. This information may include wire protocol and data-exchange format info not expressed in the tModel. This information is carried by the subelements instanceParms and overviewDoc. This element is a string type. It holds bindingTemplatespeci c tModel usage parameters or setting information. For example, it may carry the port name of an associated WSDL implementation description. This element is a container for the overviewURL element. It contains information or links to a remote information source related to the proper usage of the tModel referenced within the bindingTemplate. It is an optional element and, if present, may add to the information contained in the instanceParms element, or it may be the only source for this kind of information. This element may hold a URL reference to an additional overview document. For example, this reference may point to a le holding the WSDL implementation description of the Web Services. This is an optional string type element that may appear at different places in the binding template. It is intended to carry information about the accessPoint, the use of tModel, and the use or purpose of the instanceDetails element.
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