The following operators can be used to better focus your queries.
( ) , AND, OR, NOT, W/#
? single char wildcard, not at start
* multi char wildcard, not at start
(Cat? OR feline) AND NOT dog?
Cat? W/5 behavior
(Cat? OR feline) AND traits
Cat AND charact*
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Described herein is a way provided for web services users to rate performance offered by a provider, such that others may consider the rating when obtaining web services.
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Rating Facility for a UDDI Registry
Universal description, discovery and integration (UDDI) is an online directory that gives
businesses and organizations a uniform way to describe their services, discover other
companies' services and understand the methods required to conduct business with a
specific company. Thus, a UDDI registry contains programmatically accessible
descriptions of businesses and the services they support. Registry information for
businesses and services can be thought of in three groups: white, yellow, and green
pages. White pages represent basic information on a business, such as its name,
description of the business it does, contact information, and the like. It also includes any
identifiers for that business. Yellow page information extends users' ability to find a
business or service within the registry by supporting classification using various
taxonomy systems for categorization. Such classifications may be associated not only
with businesses and their services, but with tModels (a data structure representing a
service type in the UDDI). If only white, yellow, or both page data is provided, a registry
entry is of limited value in the programmatic discovery and use of services. To do that,
information on how and where to programmatically invoke a service is needed, and the
green pages provide this information. Green pages are the binding information
associated with services and provide references to the technical specifications those
services implement, as well as pointers to various file and URL-based discovery
What does not exist in UDDI is the ability for a consu...