Sun Web Services Search Engine

Google allows to create Custom Search Engine by restricting search results based on websites and pages. I created a search engine that will let you search contents from all the Web services sites from Sun Microsystems.

"Sun Web Services Search Engine" search contents from the following websites:

Google Custom Search

This is also accessible from the right hand column at blogs.sun.com/arungupta. Hope you find it useful!

Custom Search Blog gives you all the juicy details of how it works behind the scene.

Technorati: google cse webservices glassfish metro

Comments:

Hi there, I've read very interesting your blog's, because I'm a student and want to learn somethings about WSIT and JAX-WS. There is something I didn't found with your search. ;) I've been thinking about a webservice where I want to use something like a callback/bi-directional and would be happy if you could give me some hints. So pls contact me. Greets,Daniel

Posted by Daniel Manzke on July 09, 2007 at 06:20 AM PDT #

Daniel, I realized you figured out a solution at: http://forums.java.net/jive/thread.jspa?threadID=28508&tstart=0 :)

Posted by Arun Gupta on August 14, 2007 at 11:42 AM PDT #

i am trying to find if real web service engines exist or if they can exist.
i have a simple scenario in mind,
someone develops software, he wants the components of his applications to be functionality coming from web services.
At present, he has to know about which web services he is going to use and from where to find these services. Is it possible to exist a search engine that searches public UDDIs metadata and returns possible web services related to the user query. Is this that your engine does, just for searching SUN's UDDI?

thanks
Sarigiannis Charalampos

Posted by Sarigiannis Charalampos on November 12, 2007 at 10:12 PM PST #

This search engine allows you to search contents from the websites mentioned above. You can however develop such a search engine using Java API for XML Registeries as explained at: http://java.sun.com/webservices/jaxr/index.jsp

However in most of the cases the Web service is hosted at a well known endpoint and so this step is not required.

Posted by Arun Gupta on November 13, 2007 at 01:56 AM PST #

thanks for the answer but :
I am really confused with UDDI. I try to find public UDDI registries (i mean registries that everyone can access outside a company's firewall) but i haven't found anything. So UDDI servers are more inside companies firewalls and serve companies' customers ? I could find web services like for example google's web services or yahoo's web service but not public UDDI registries that could
include these web services.

You said that Web service is hosted at a well known endpoint, if this is the case still i cannot understand why it should not be a web service search engine that has a crawler like a web engine and searches all public UDDIs servers. So when someone is searching for a public web service should use this engine. A user in this case can make a query describing the functionality he wants the service to support and the engine can return the URL of the service as well as the
quality of the service. So we don t have to search each public UDDI.

I am trying to understand things about web service discovery that has to do with a lot scientific communities like artificial intelligence, distributed software community, knowledge engineering and a so on, I am really lost.
thanks again

Posted by Sarigiannis Charalampos on November 13, 2007 at 03:33 AM PST #

IBM, Microsoft and SAP used to host public UDDI servers couple of years ago but that service is now discontinued. Read more at: http://www.webservicessummit.com/News/UDDI2006.htm
and http://uddi.microsoft.com/about/FAQshutdown.htm.

This search engine is different from a UDDI server and instead allows to search on technical topics otherwise scattered in different forums.

Posted by Arun Gupta on November 13, 2007 at 03:43 AM PST #

thanks

Posted by oyunlar on January 29, 2008 at 11:42 AM PST #

thanks

Posted by oyunlar on August 03, 2008 at 10:16 PM PDT #

thank you

Posted by oyun on August 03, 2008 at 10:17 PM PDT #

You said that Web service is hosted at a well known endpoint, if this is the case still i cannot understand why it should not be a web service search engine that has a crawler like a web engine and searches all public UDDIs servers. So when someone is searching for a public web service should use this engine. A user in this case can make a query describing the functionality he wants the service to support and the engine can return the URL of the service as well as the
quality of the service. So we don t have to search each public UDDI.

Posted by LAPTOP BATTERY on November 27, 2008 at 09:00 AM PST #

thanks...

Posted by oyun oyna on September 05, 2009 at 07:25 AM PDT #

I am trying to understand things about web service discovery that has to do with a lot scientific communities like artificial intelligence, distributed software community, knowledge engineering and a so on, I am really lost.
thanks again

Posted by ezel on September 14, 2009 at 04:58 AM PDT #

thanks..

Posted by vidyo izle on September 18, 2009 at 06:08 AM PDT #

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