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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Modifying the Registry administrator username and password

To apply correct security for your application after installation, you should perform the steps in this topic on a periodic basis.

The default username and password is admin/admin.

Recommendations

Make all changes to the backup of the Tomcat layout in <ATRIUMCORE_HOME>/wsc/bmcuddi/tomcat file first. Then, copy the files to the running Tomcat instance.

Warning

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/bmcauth.properties file. The juddi.root.publisher property in the <ATRIUMCORE_HOME>/wsc/bmcuddi/tomcat/webapps/uddi/WEB-INF/classes/juddiv3.properties file.

Warning

Do not rename or modify any of the files under <ATRIUMCORE_HOME>/wsc/bmcuddi/tomcat/webapps/uddi/WEB-INF/classes/juddi_custom_install_data.

Changing the root user's password

  1. In a command-line interface (CLI), go to <ATRIUMCORE_HOME>/wsc/wsregistryapi/scripts.
  2. Start the password utility:
    • For Microsoft Windows, enter encryptpswd.cmd.
    • For UNIX/Linux, enter ./encryptpswd.
  3. Type in the new password when prompted.
    The encrypted password is returned.
  4. In the <ATRIUMCORE_HOME>/wsc/bmcuddi/tomcat/webapps/uddi/WEB-INF/classes/bmcauth.properties file, assign the bmc.juddi.auth.localuser.passwd property its value the encrypted password.
  5. Stop the Tomcat server that hosts BMC Atrium Core UDDI Registry Server.
  6. 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.
  7. Start the Tomcat server.

Changing the root user's username

  1. In a text editor, open the bmcauth.properties file in <ATRIUMCORE_HOME>/wsc/bmcuddi/tomcat/webapps/uddi/WEB-INF/classes/.
  2. For the bmc.juddi.auth.localuser.alias property, specify the new user name for the root user.
    By default it is unassigned (which means the server defaults the local user name to the value assigned to the bmc.juddi.auth.localuser.name property).
  3. Stop the Tomcat 6 server that hosts BMC Atrium Core 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 6 server.
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