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BMC Atrium Core web services API overview

BMC Atrium Core Web Services, which conforms to Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) and Web Services Description Language (WSDL) standards, provides a standard interface for interacting with BMC Atrium Core. You can use the web services application programming interface (API) to integrate BMC Atrium Configuration Management Database (BMC Atrium CMDB) data with other applications, for example, BMC Atrium Discovery and Dependency Mapping, BMC Remedy Change Management, or any other third-party application.

BMC Atrium Core Web Services APIs consist of operations and data structures. For more information about the available operations, see Web Services API data structures and Web Services API functions.

The BMC Atrium Web Services Infrastructure component has been divided into the components shown in the following table.


BMC Atrium Web Services Infrastructure components

Component

Includes

Web Services Infrastructure

The modified Apache Axis2 stack. For more information about the modifications, see Apache Axis2 WAR Distribution modifications.

BMC Atrium Core Web Services

BMC Atrium Core web services

  • By default, Username and Password authentication is the only enabled Web Services security policy. Other security policies are available but are not enabled. For more information on security policies, see BMC Atrium Core Web Services security.
  • Apache jUDDI is used to publish web services, and for clients to find and invoke the services. It is implemented as a collection of web services and is deployed as a WAR file (uddi.war) on the web application server.
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