The Registry. (1) A Registry shall be set up at the seat of the Court of Appeal. It shall be managed by the Registrar and perform the functions assigned to it in accordance with the Statute. Subject to conditions set out in this Agreement and the Rules of Procedure, the Registry shall be public.
The Registry. The “Registry,” known as the FlintRegistry, is the voluntary-enrollment, secure registry of Flint residents who were exposed to lead- contaminated water from the Flint water system from 2014-2015 that is being established through federal grant funding to Michigan State University (Grant # NUE2EH001370) in order to connect participants to programs designed to minimize the effects of lead on their health.
The Registry. The Registry represents and warrants that: (1) it is a limited liability company duly organized, validly existing and in good standing under the laws of the British Virgin Islands; (2) it has all requisite corporate power and authority to execute, deliver, and perform its obligations under this Agreement; (3) the execution, performance, and delivery of this Agreement has been duly authorized by the Registry; and (4) no further approval, authorization, or consent of any governmental or regulatory authority is required to be obtained or made by the Registry in order for it to enter into and perform its obligations under this Agreement.
The Registry. Navigation within the registry was quite easy and natural; the different views, the filtering options using categories, and the Web-Services status flag proved interesting and useful features. However, validators found some difficulties in finding and registering specific web services, and some functionality was missing (e.g. the confirmation of a registration by an administrator, the possibility to unregister). Also the category list for registering and “classifying” the registered services in the registry was incomplete, and there was no possibility for the service provider/user to add one during the registration/annotation of the service. Also, it seemed that the distinction between SOAP and Soaplab service registration was not clear to providers. Although the search functionalities were implemented and working as expected, improvements on this side could provide and added value to the portals and to make it easier to potential users to retrieved desired services. To address these issues, for the third version of the platform additional documentation in the form of tutorials has been produced to providers in correctly register and annotate their services and workflows, by showing the PANACEA “best-practices” step-by-step. Afterwards, there has been a documentation task carried by all web service providers to annotate their web services. The language category has been added to assist users when search for the most adequate services for their needs.
The Registry. If the General Partner refuses or neglects to permit a Limited Partner or his representative to examine the Registry at the office of the Partnership during normal business hours and with reasonable notice to the General Partner as set forth in Section 15.02(b), then the General Partner shall be liable to the Limited Partner who requested the Registry for the costs, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, incurred by the Limited Partner to compel production of the Registry, and for the actual damages, if any, suffered by the Limited Partner by reason of such refusal or neglect. It shall be a defense that the requesting Limited Partner failed or refused to provide the General Partner with the certification called for in the next sentence or that the actual purpose and reason for the Limited Partner’s request to inspect or copy the Registry was to secure the Registry or other information for the purpose of the sale, reproduction or other use thereof for a commercial purpose other than in the interest of the Limited Partner relative to the affairs of the Partnership. In connection with any such request, the General Partner shall require the Limited Partner requesting to inspect or copy the Registry or other information to certify that it is not being requested for the purpose of the sale, reproduction or other use thereof for a commercial purpose unrelated to the Limited Partner’s interest in the Partnership or for any unlawful purpose, and to state in the certification the reason for the request. The remedies provided under this Section 15.02(c) to Limited Partners requesting to inspect or copy of the Registry are in addition to, and shall not limit in any way, any other remedies available to Limited Partners under federal or state laws.
The Registry. Registr.
The Registry. In the distributed computing environment, applications that are available as web services are numerous and are growing in number. Users find it more and more difficult to find interesting web services to create their workflows. There is a need to have a list of existing web services. However, a list is not enough, web services need to be discovered and searched by users not only by their names, but for their descriptions, inputs, outputs, versions, etc. All this information encoded as metadata should be used to allow complex search queries. To this end, registries are developed to help users in their re- search for web services.