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Modifying the AR System server used as a web services userstore

You might need to change the Remedy Action Request System server that the UDDI Registry Server uses as a userstore to reconfigure internal server aliases or to make reverse proxy sites external after installation. Normally, you should leave this setting as defined during installation. 


To change the server used as a userstore

  1. In a text editor, open the bmcauth.properties file in <ATRIUMCORE_HOME>/wsc/bmcuddi/tomcat/webapps/uddi/WEB-INF/classes/.
  2. Change the following properties if needed:
    • bmc.atrium.arserver.hostname — Set this to the accessible host name of the BMC Remedy AR System server.
    • bmc.atrium.arserver.port — Set this to the accessible port number for your BMC Remedy AR System server. If you are using the default BMC Remedy AR System port, this should be set to 0.
  3. Stop the Tomcat server that hosts UDDI Registry Server.
  4. To overwrite the existing file, copy the <ATRIUMCORE_HOME>/wsc/bmcuddi/tomcat/webapps/uddi/WEB-INF/classes/bmcauth.properties file to the TOMCAT_HOME/webapps/uddi/WEB-INF/classes directory.
  5. Start the Tomcat server.


You can disable all Remedy Action Request System users from access to the registry and all sole access to the server from the local UDDI publisher.

Note

This procedure disables the special AR publisher, treatment of all AR administrators as publishers, and treatment of all AR users as inquirers, even if other settings specify differently. This procedure should only be used in cases where granting AR users access to the registry is entirely unwanted behavior.

To disable the Remedy Action Request System server as a userstore

  1. Edit the file <ATRIUMCORE_HOME>/wsc/bmcuddi/tomcat/webapps/uddi/WEB-INF/classes/bmcauth.properties.
  2. Comment out the bmc.atrium.arserver.hostname property by adding a # character to the beginning of the line containing that property definition.
  3. Stop the Tomcat server that hosts the UDDI Registry Server.
  4. To overwrite the existing file, copy the <ATRIUMCORE_HOME>/wsc/bmcuddi/tomcat/webapps/uddi/WEB-INF/classes/bmcauth.properties file to the TOMCAT_HOME/webapps/uddi/WEB-INF/classes directory.
  5. Start the Tomcat server.



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