[MOBY-l] About Moby central
markw at illuminae.com
Tue Aug 7 18:15:55 EDT 2007
The ontologies are all served from Moby Central, and at the moment we have
not planned for them to be separate from the service registry itself.
Complete separation would be quite difficult to do because the Moby API
does not allow an ontology node to be modified/deleted if it is being used
by a registered service...
There isn't a paper or website that describes how Moby Central "functions"
per se. The best place to look for a description of Moby right now would
be in the moby-live/Docs folder, where we have the latest version of the
submitted 1.0 manuscript. It hasn't been accepted for publication yet, so
it may still change, but it contains more detail than most of the earlier
Hope that helps!
On Tue, 07 Aug 2007 15:00:56 -0700, maliha aziz <maliha.aziz at yahoo.com>
> I have a few question about the the way moby-central works?
> Do all the objects/ classes , service types that we define at some point
> in time when needed get stored in moby-central along with the web
> service information that the service providers provide when registering
> the service? what I am trying to say is that are the service type
> registries and the object registries and the service registries all
> present on the moby central or does it fetch it from some other place...
> Apart from this does anyone know of a good paper or website where i can
> read about how moby central functions. All the papers that I have read
> emphasize on the power of biomby but talk little about the architecture
> of the moby-central that is i think co-ordinating all the requests and
> Yahoo! oneSearch: Finally, mobile search that gives answers, not web
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