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What is an XML registry and JAXR?

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Question: What is an XML registry and JAXR?

Answer: XML registries are a vital component in the implementation of shared data exchanges. Developers looking to express information using XML need support in establishing common lexicons and grammars. This Registry enables the consistent use of XML, both vertically within projects and horizontally across organizations.

JAXR (Java API for XML Registries) enables Java software programmers to use a single, easy-to-use abstraction API to access a variety of XML registries. A unified JAXR information model describes content and metadata within XML registries.

JAXR gives developers the ability to write registry client programs that are portable across different target registries. JAXR also enables value-added capabilities beyond those of the underlying registries.

The current version of the JAXR specification includes detailed bindings between the JAXR information model and both the ebXML Registry and the UDDI version 2 specifications. You can find the latest version of the specification at:

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