Registering BMC Impact Integration Web Services with the BMC Atrium Core UDDI Registry server

The BMC Impact Integration Web Services UDDI Registry directory contains scripts that you can use to access the BMC Atrium Core UDDI Registry server. For information on the BMC Atrium Core UDDI Registry Server, see  BMC Atrium Core UDDI Registry Server functionality and supported features  in the BMC Atrium Core documentation.

Installing BMC Impact Integration Web Services server

Developing BMC Impact Integration Web Services

You can use the UDDI Registry tool to publish, unpublish, and look up the BMC Impact Integration Web Services. You find the following command-line scripts under the $IIWS_HOME/uddi_registry/bin directory:

  • The iiws_uddi_publish script publishes the BMC Impact Integration Web Services on to the BMC Atrium Core UDDI Registry server.
  • The iiws_uddi_unpublish script unpublishes (deletes) the BMC Impact Integration Web Services from the BMC Atrium Core UDDI Registry server.
  • The iiws_uddi_findsvr script looks up the BMC Impact Integration Web Services and provides a printout of the service information, if found.

To use the command scripts

Before running the scripts, you must first verify the environment variables in the iiws_uddi_env script and edit the iiws_uddi_registry.properties file.

  1. Verify the JAVA_HOME and IIWS_HOME environment variable in the bin/iiws_uddi_env script. If the value is not correct, edit the file and set it to the correct value.
  2. Edit the bin/iiws_uddi_registry.properties file to set the values for the following properties:

    Properties file for iiws uddi registry

    Property

    Definition

    uddiHostname

    The host name where the BMC Atrium Core UDDI Registry server is running.

    uddiPort

    The port number used by BMC Atrium Core UDDI Registry server.

    uddiUsername

    The user name for the BMC Atrium Core UDDI Registry server.

    uddiPassword

    The password for the BMC Atrium Core UDDI Registry server.

    accessPointUrl

    The endpoint for BMC Impact Integration Web Services. See To verify the installation for endpoint URLs.

  3. After verifying the values in the iiws_uddi_env script and editing the values in the iiws_uddi_registry.properties file, you can run the following command scripts:
    • To publish the BMC Impact Integration Web Services to the BMC UDDI registry, run iiws_uddi_publish.
    • To unpublish the BMC Impact Integration Web Services from the BMC UDDI registry, run iiws_uddi_unpublish.
    • To look up the BMC Impact Integration Web Services in the BMC UDDI registry, run iiws_uddi_findsvc.
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  1. Charles Kelley

    In step 2, where it states: "Edit the bin/iiws_uddi_registry.properties file to set the values for the following properties: "

    The iiws_uddi_registry.properties file that is used is actually in the ImpactWebServices/uddi_registry/etc directory, not in the bin directory. Please update this reference.

    Jun 20, 2018 08:40
    1. Keshika Keshaw

      Thank you for updating this Charles.

      Jun 20, 2018 09:18