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BMC Atrium Core Web Services API components

The BMC Atrium Core Web Services application programming interface (API) includes two components: the BMC Atrium Web Services Infrastructure and the BMC Atrium Web Services Registry. To work with the BMC Atrium Core Web Services API, you must register your services, understand how to locate your services, how to publish and find interfaces, and how to configure your BMC Atrium Core Web Services.

For more information about using BMC Atrium Core Web Services API, see Web Services API data structures and Web Services API functions.

BMC Atrium Core Web Services Infrastructure overview

BMC Atrium Core Web Services Infrastructure allows the integration of BMC Software products across a network in a service-oriented architecture. This is an Apache Axis2 installation that includes modified and BMC-specific modules. The modifications also include changes for managing runtime and archive configurations with the AtriumProperties.xml file and the atriumwsutil utility.

For more information about the modules and administration procedures, see Getting started with BMC Atrium Core Web Services.

BMC Atrium Web Services Infrastructure also includes the BMC Atrium Core web services that clients can invoke.

BMC Atrium Core Web Services Registry overview

The BMC Atrium Core Web Services Registry allows clients to obtain information about available services. The services registry is compliant with the Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) standard.

BMC Atrium Core Web Services Registry provides an easy way to register a BMC Remedy AR System web service and other web services with this registry. When you register your BMC Atrium Core Web Services, you must specify a URL for the access point and, optionally, a URL for the web services description language (WSDL).

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