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Getting started with BMC Atrium Core Web Services

This section provides the information that you need to get started with the BMC Atrium Web Services and Infrastructure.

For more information on the  BMC Atrium Web Services architecture, see BMC Atrium Core Web Services architecture.

Topic

Description

Apache Axis2 and BMC Atrium Core Web Services

Describes the BMC Atrium Core Web Services Infrastructure which uses Apache Axis2, including modifications.

BMC Atrium Core UDDI Registry Server functionality and supported features

Describes the BMC Atrium UDDI Registry which uses Apache jUDDI, including modifications, enhancements, and unsupported features.

Working with the BMC Atrium Core Web Services infrastructure

Explains how to do the following tasks:

  • Locate and configure BMC Atrium Core Web Services.
  • Publish web services to the BMC Atrium UDDI Registry .
  • Managing the BMC Atrium UDDI Registry administrator, publishers, inquirers, and userstores.

Backing Up and Restoring Data in the BMC Atrium Core UDDI Registry Server

Describes how to back up and restore the BMC Atrium UDDI Registry.

BMC Atrium Core Web Services security

Describes  the default security settings for BMC Atrium Core Web Services, which you can customize for secure data transmission.

BMC Atrium Core Web Services and the BMC Remedy AR System Web Services

Explains the relationship between the BMC Atrium Core Web Services and the BMC Remedy AR System Web Services.

Guidelines for using the BMC Atrium Core Web Services Registry and interfaces

Provides guidelines for creating interfaces and publishing to the BMC Atrium UDDI Registry.

CMDBWS support

Describes the deprecated Web Services that was released in BMC Atrium CMDB 2.1.

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