Client-Side Development includes the following sections:
UDDI APIs - Describes the principles of how to use Oracle Service Registry APIs. The UDDI API set can be split by typical use case into two parts. The Inquiry API set is used to locate and obtain details on entries in the UDDI registry. For example to find out endpoint of given web service. The publication API set is used to publish and update information in the UDDI registry.
Advanced APIs - Advanced APIs cover the following APIs: Validation API, Taxonomy API, Category APIs, Approval API, Administration Utilities API, Replication API, Statistics API, Inquiry UI API, Subscription Ext Api, and Publishing API for resources:
Registry Client - This section describes how to prepare your own client distribution. A client created this way allows you to access the Oracle Service Registry API through a SOAP interface.
Client authentication - describes how to create a client that autheticates thru HTTP Basic.