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How to using UDDI SDK 3 without BizTalk?

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

My boss want to create the uddi service in company.

So, we plan to use the old server farms: Windows Server 2003 + Windows SQL Server 2000

When I study the document of uddi service, 


can download the uddi sdk version 2, but it's beta 1 (yes only beta!!Frown)


write :

Note: The Microsoft UDDI SDK is not supported by or included in Microsoft Windows versions after Microsoft Windows Server 7. The Microsoft UDDI V3 SDK is included with Microsoft BizTalk Server.

The good news is UDDK SDKv3 Overview said:

UDDI Services 3.0 is fully backward compatible with the UDDI v2 standard. 

So, I plan to code the UDDI SDKv3 sample ,

but the big problem is the SDK 3 included with biztalk ?!

I can't found any information about download UDDI SDKv3 only...


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