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From: CHIN, ALVIN <a.chin@bell.ca>
Date: Mon, 17 Jun 2002 16:45:05 -0400 (EDT)
To: www-ws@w3.org
Cc: achin@swen.uwaterloo.ca
Message-ID: <001a01c2163f$c8df3fe0$47877f8e@bell.ca>
I've read some of the papers on how DAML-S can be used to enhance UDDI
and WSDL.  If I want to use DAML-S to perform service discovery and
description of web services without having to create a DAML-S query
engine, is it correct to say that I need to 1) create a DAML-S to UDDI
matchmaking engine to enhance the UDDI registry with semantic search
capabilities, and 2) also create a DAML-S to WSDL converter so that the
semantic description can be published in the UDDI registry?


Or if I just have 2) (DAML-S to WSDL mapping), then I can just do a UDDI
query on this WSDL file to find the semantic information.  In other
words, do I need to have both 1) and 2) in order to make the semantic
service discovery and description work?


Also, are any of these tools available for 1) and 2)?





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