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<title>Welcome to Apache Scout</title>
<section name="Intro">
<p>Apache Scout is an open source implementation of the <a href="">JSR 93 - JavaTM API for
XML Registries 1.0 (JAXR)</a>. The JAXR API allows the integration of XML Registries based on either UDDI or ebXML. Scout
implements the required (level 0) part of the specification, which means that it can talk to any UDDI compliant Registry.
<section name="Scout Features">
<li>Open Source</li>
<li>Platform Independent</li>
<li>Supports for JDK 1.3.1 and later</li>
<li>JAXR 1.0 complaint</li>
<li>UDDI version 2.0 and 3.0 compliant</li>
<section name="News">
<p><strong>Oct 23, 2009</strong> Version 1.2 adds support for UDDI v3</p>
<p><strong>Aug 3, 2009</strong> Version 1.1 uses JAXB for XML binding and passes TCK</p>
<p><strong>May 5, 2009</strong> Version 1.0 is now available</p>
<section name="About JAXR">
<p>This JSR requests the creation of the Java API for XML Registries
1.0 specification (JAXR). JAXR may be viewed as analogous to Java
Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) but designed specifically
for (internet) sharing of XML-related business information.
<section name="Getting Started">
<p>Download the Scout-1.0.jar and set up a UDDI-2.0 compliant Registry like
<a href="">jUDDI-2.x</a>. Check out the unittest in the
Scout project as they are nice examples on how to use the JAXR API. The
<a href="">unit-tests</a>
use embedded jUDDI backed by an embedded Derby database. The configuration
for this can be found in the and files.
<p>Additional information regarding JAXR can be found at:
<li><a href="">JSR 93 - JavaTM API for XML Registries 1.0 (JAXR)</a>.</li>
<li><a href="">Overview of JAXR</a>.</li>
<li><a href="">Understanding UDDI and JAXR</a>.</li>
<li><a href="">Discover and publish Web services with JAXR</a></li>
<li><a href="">Publish and find UDDI tModels with JAXR and WSDL</a></li>
<li><a href="">JBossESB Registry</a></li>