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

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Integrating your services with external products by using the CMDB web services API

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

CMDB 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 following table provides information that you need to get started with the BMC CMDB web services and Infrastructure.

Task

Reference

Describes the BMC CMDB web services

Learning about BMC CMDB web services

Describes the steps to access BMC CMDB web services.

Accessing BMC CMDB web services

Explains how to do the following tasks:

  • Locate and configure BMC CMDB web services.
  • Publish web services to the UDDI Registry .
  • Managing the UDDI Registry administrator, publishers, inquirers, and userstores

Enabling BMC CMDB web services

Describes how to back up and restore the UDDI Registry.

Taking a backup and restoring data in the UDDI Registry Server

Describes  the default security settings for BMC CMDB web services, which you can customize for secure data transmission.

Setting up security for web services

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

Creating and publishing web services for BMC CMDB

Describes the web services and the security features.

CMDBWS and WS-Security




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