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Chapter 5: Web Console—Web Services

UDDI administration

This section describes how to publish information about your Web service and its location to a UDDI registry and unpublish from a UDDI site.

StepsPublishing to a UDDI registry

  1. Expand the Web Service Collection folder.

  2. Expand the Web service collection to which the Web service you are publishing belongs.

  3. Right-click the Web service and then select Publish to UDDI.

  4. The Publish to UDDI wizard displays. Table 5-6 describes the Publish to UDDI properties. Complete the information and click Next to move to the next window. Click Finish when done.

Table 5-6: Publishing to a UDDI wizard options and properties

Window

Property

Description

Publish to UDDI

Registry Profile

The registry to which you are connecting. From the Registry Profile drop-down list, select a predefined site to which you want to log in or select the Enter New Registry Profile entry and enter a new name. You must be a registered user on the site where you log in. The registry profile you select determines the default values of the registry name, query URL, and the publish URL. You can modify these entries. For new profiles, you must provide connection information.

Registry Name

The name of the registry to which you are connecting.

Query URL

The location from which you query the UDDI registry.

Publish URL

For publishing purposes, you need both the query and publish URLs.

User Name

The user name for accessing the UDDI site.

Password

The password used with the user name used to access the UDDI site.

Save Profile

Save a profile. It will be added to the Registry Name drop-down list for easy access.

Delete Profile

Delete a profile that you no longer require.

Ping

Test your profile connection. You should be able to ping before moving on to the other wizards.

Business Information

Name

The name of the organization name by which this UDDI entry is known.

Description

A description of the organization.

Use Existing tModel Key

Your business model. The tModel is an abstract description of a particular specification or behavior to which the Web service adheres.

Retrieve Existing Businesses and tModels from Registry

Query the UDDI registry for tModel and business information instead of entering this information manually.

New Business

Add a new business name and information for this Web service.

Summary

Displays a summary of your selections. Click Finish to publish to the UDDI site, or click Back to change your selections.

StepsUnpublishing from a UDDI

  1. Expand the Web Service Collections folder.

  2. Expand the Web service collection that contains the Web service you are unpublishing.

  3. Right-click the Web service and then select Unpublish from UDDI.

  4. The Unpublish from UDDI wizard displays. Table 5-7 describes the properties. Complete the information and click Next to move to the next window. Click Finish when done.

Table 5-7: Unpublishing from a UDDI wizard options and properties

Window

Property

Description

Unpublish from UDDI

Registry Profile

The registry to which you are connecting. From the Registry Profile drop-down list, select a predefined site to which you want to log in, or select the Enter New Registry Profile entry and enter a new name. You must be a registered user on the site where you log in. The registry profile you select determines the default values of the registry name, query URL, and publish URL. You can modify these entries. For new profiles, you must provide connection information.

Registry Name

The name of the registry to which you are connecting.

Query URL

The location from which you query the UDDI registry.

Publish URL

For publishing and unpublishing purposes, you need both the query and publish URLs.

User Name

The user name for accessing the UDDI site.

Password

The password used in connection with the user name used to access the UDDI site.

Save Profile

Save a profile. It is added to the Registry Name drop-down list for easy access.

Delete Profile

Delete a profile that you no longer require.

Ping

Test your profile connection. You should be able to ping before moving on to the other wizards.

Select Published UUIDs to be Unpublished

Name of UUID

Click the Get Published Services Named WebServiceName (where WebServiceName is the name of the Web service you are unpublishing). This returns a list of universally unique identifier (UUID) that identifies the UDDI entry for this Web service. Select only those entries that you want to unpublish.

Unpublish the Business

Click this checkbox to unpublish business information for this Web service.

Unpublish the tModel

Unpublish tModel information for this Web service.

Summary

Displays a summary of your selections. Click Finish to unpublish from the UDDI site, or click Back to change your selections.





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