The UDDI(Universal Description Discovery and Integration ) specification provides
a platform-independent way of describing services, discovering businesses,
and integrating business services using the Internet.
The UDDI data structures provide a framework for the description
of basic business and service information, and architects an extensible mechanism
to provide detailed service access information using any standard description language.
Many such languages exist in specific industry domains and at different levels of the protocol stack.
The WSDL(Web Services Description Language ) is a general purpose XML language
for describing the interface, protocol bindings and the deployment details of network services.
WSDL complements the UDDI standard by providing a uniform way of describing the abstract interface
and protocol bindings of arbitrary network services.