OASIS UDDI Specification Technical Committee (UDDI) Charter
Statement of Purpose:
The purpose of the Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration Specification TC (UDDI) is to continue work on the Web services registry foundations developed and published by UDDI.org . The UDDI specifications form the necessary technical foundation for publication and discovery of Web services implementations both within and between enterprises.
The Technical Committee will take advantage of the OASIS provided services for such things as e-mail lists and archives, and also web pages for tracking progress. E-mail archives will be visible to the public.
Relationship to Existing Activities:
Where appropriate, the UDDI TC will foster collaborative relationships and liaisons with other activities.
Technical Committee Deliverables
The scope of the UDDI Technical Committee is the support of Web services discovery mechanisms in the following areas:
Specifications for Web services registries and Web service interfaces to the registries.
Replication or synchronization mechanisms across multiple implementations.
Security facilities for access or manipulation of the registry and maintaining data integrity.
The UDDI specifications will use implementation and language neutral XML formats defined in XML Schema where appropriate.
The OASIS UDDI TC will:
Accept as input the UDDI version 2.0 and 3.0 specifications published by the members of UDDI.org .
Produce as output a specification for Web Services Description, Discovery, and Integration. This specification will reflect refinements and changes made to the submitted version of UDDI that are identified by the UDDI TC members, and for additional functionality within the scope of the TC charter.
Liaise and/or forge relationships with other Web services efforts to assist in leveraging UDDI as a part of their specifications or solutions.
Coordinate with the chairs of the other related OASIS Technical Committees via Joint Committees as appropriate.
Coordinate with the UDDI Business Registry operators in order to get early feedback from their implementation experiences.
Oversee ongoing maintenance and errata of the UDDI specifications.