1. From the jUDDI releases page, download the latest jUDDI v3 tomcat-bundle, or if you want an additional browser then you can download the portal-bundle.
2. Unzip the bundle and start the server by running the
3. Since the UDDI v3 API is a WebServices API you can interact with it using tools like SoapUI. Visit http://www.soapui.org/ to download SoapUI. Unzip the SoapUI.zip and start it using
4. Open your browser to http://localhost:8080/juddiv3, and save the wsdls for the security, publish and inquiry API.
5. Import these WSDLs into a SoapUI project, and you are now ready to use the API. See also the demo to publish and delete a business.
The demo is broken down into 2 parts, please scroll down for part 2 of the demo.