You can use a Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI) browser to select a Web service in both the PowerBuilder and JSP Web Service Proxy wizards. You can also incorporate a UDDI browser into your applications using the UDDI PBNI extension.
For both PowerScript and JSP targets, the UDDI browser lets you provide a keyword and search for business names or services in public or private UDDI registries.
For more information
For information on using the UDDI inquiry API or the UDDI search wizard in PowerScript targets, see the chapter on building a Web service client in Application Techniques.
For information on using the UDDI search in JSP targets, see the chapter on working with JSP targets in Working with Web and JSP Targets.
For a description of the UDDIProxy extension class and its methods, see the PowerBuilder Extension Reference in the online Help.