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How do I create a private UDDI?

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I have build two Windows applications and a web service, which both programs reference.  The webservice is running in my C:\Inetpub\wwwroot directory, and all three programs are working together correctly.  I built them all in C#.  Now I'd like to test them accross the web, and I've been told I need a private UDDI.  

Is this the only way to provide access to my webservice via the web?  

How do I create a private UDDI?

Should I use a hosted site for this, or can I use my own machine to host it?

Thanks for the help.  This is my first web application and I don't know where to begin with this final step.
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Hello

  You can use UDDI service in windows 2003 server if you have it in your Lan
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Oh sorry forgot to add you can do that using Code

read this article
http://www.devx.com/Java/Article/21390

but if you already have win2003 than you will have it in easy way ;-)

Regards,
Mohammed
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