This documentation supports the 9.1 to 9.1 Service Pack 3 version and its patches of BMC Atrium Core. The documentation for version 9.1.04 and its patches is available here.

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Changing the special BMC Remedy AR System publisher

A BMC Remedy AR System user is designated to have publishing privileges. The installer sets this by default to the BMC Remedy AR System administrator user that you specified during installation to enable it to perform administrator operations. However, you can change to another BMC Remedy AR System user. This BMC Remedy AR System user can be any that you choose to designate as a special publisher for the UDDI server, regardless of its privileges in the BMC Remedy AR System server.


  • Do not change the following items when working with these files:
    The bmc.juddi.auth.localuser.user property in the <ATRIUMCORE_HOME>/wsc/bmcuddi/tomcat/webapps/uddi/WEB-INF/classes/ file.
    The juddi.root.publisher property in the <ATRIUMCORE_HOME>/wsc/bmcuddi/tomcat/webapps/uddi/WEB-INF/classes/ file.
  • Do not rename or modify any of the files under <ATRIUMCORE_HOME>/wsc/bmcuddi/tomcat/webapps/uddi/WEB-INF/classes/juddi_custom_install_data.

To change the special publisher

  1. In a text editor, open the file in <ATRIUMCORE_HOME>/wsc/bmcuddi/tomcat/webapps/uddi/WEB-INF/classes/.
  2. Change the property to the new AR user name that will act as a publisher.
  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/ file to the  TOMCAT_HOME/webapps/uddi/WEB-INF/classes  directory.
  5. Start the Tomcat server.
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