[MOBY-guts] biomoby commit

Mark Wilkinson mwilkinson at pub.open-bio.org
Thu Nov 3 16:39:42 UTC 2005

Thu Nov  3 11:39:42 EST 2005
Update of /home/repository/moby/moby-live/Docs/MOBY-S_API/Perl
In directory pub.open-bio.org:/tmp/cvs-serv21242

Modified Files:
Log Message:
fixed a URL typo and added a link to the register service tutorial

moby-live/Docs/MOBY-S_API/Perl ConstructingYourService.html,1.3,1.4
RCS file: /home/repository/moby/moby-live/Docs/MOBY-S_API/Perl/ConstructingYourService.html,v
retrieving revision 1.3
retrieving revision 1.4
diff -u -r1.3 -r1.4
--- /home/repository/moby/moby-live/Docs/MOBY-S_API/Perl/ConstructingYourService.html	2005/09/28 00:24:26	1.3
+++ /home/repository/moby/moby-live/Docs/MOBY-S_API/Perl/ConstructingYourService.html	2005/11/03 16:39:42	1.4
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
 <li> Does an appropriate service type term already exist in the
 <a href="http://mobycentral.icapture.ubc.ca:8090/types/Services">Service Ontology</a>? You need to <a
-href="RegisterServicetype.html">register your new service type</a> in
+href="RegisterServiceType.html">register your new service type</a> in
 the MOBY-S service ontology. </li>
 <li> Do the namespaces that you are going to use in your objects
@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@
 If all object types, service types, and namespaces already exist in
-the ontology then you are ready to set up your service.
+the ontology then you are ready to set up your service.  Once you have finished setting it up following the guidelines below, you will then need to <a href="RegisterServiceInstance.html">Register your service</a> for it to become visible on the MOBY Central registry.
 In Perl, MOBY-S services are currently limited to SOAP over HTTP; the
 name of the method call (i.e. the SOAP Action header) is the same as
@@ -340,5 +340,9 @@
     return ($dbh);
+When you have finished writing your service, test it (link coming soon!) and then <a href="RegisterServiceInstance.html">Register it</a>.
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