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Using Discovered Services

When published to the registry, a service includes its service binding information, which provides the service entry point and lists supported protocols. Using this information, a consumer can write an application using the appropriate protocol to communicate to the service entry point.

In the UDDI .NET SDK environment, the class GetBindingDetail can be used to retrieve information about the service, including the access point for the service using a specific protocol. After the access point is retrieved, messages can be exchanged between the user and the application discovering the service. Provided domain knowledge is built into the application, this process can be automatic.

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