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Eclipse Web Tools Guide
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Managing publisher assertions

A publisher assertion is a way in UDDI to associate businessEntity structures.  The publisher assertion defines a group of businessEntity structures. Many businesses are not effectively represented by a single businessEntity. A publisher assertion allows for associations to be formed between several businessEntity structures. For example, a large company may have several subsidiaries that have different descriptions but are still closely coupled and want to make their relationships visible in UDDI registries.

For more information on publisher assertions, refer to the UDDI Version 2.0 Programmer's API Specification and the UDDI Version 2.0 Data Structure Specification.

To manage publisher assertions, do the following:

  1. In the Navigator pane, select the business entity for which you want to manage referenced businesses.
  2. In the Actions pane toolbar, click the Manage Publisher Assertions icon Picture of the Manage Publisher Assertions icon..
  3. On the Manage Publisher Assertions page you can add, remove, and maintain relationships with other business entities.

Important: A business entity that is referenced by another business entity must in turn reference that business entity in order to make the publisher assertion public. A one-way reference is considered an incomplete publisher assertion and is visible only to the owner of the business entity.

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