Installing and starting the private UDDI server  Managing the private UDDI

Chapter 7: The Private UDDI Server

Starting and connecting to the private UDDI registry

EAServer contains a connection cache, UDDIServerCache, from which you can manage connection information. The UDDIServerCache uses the Adaptive Server Anywhere (ASA) database by default.


Starting the default UDDI registry

An ASA database is installed as the default UDDI server database.

StepsStarting the ASA database in UNIX

  1. Edit the $JAGUAR/bin/uddidb.sh file. Modify the ASA_HOME variable to point to the location of your ASA installation.

  2. From the command line in the $JAGUAR/bin subdirectory, enter:

    ./uddidb.sh
    

StepsStarting the ASA database in Windows

  1. Edit the %JAGUAR%\bin\uddidb.bat file. Modify the ASA_HOME variable to point to the location of your ASA installation.

  2. From the command line in the %JAGUAR%\bin subdirectory, enter:

    uddidb.bat
    

Configuring other private UDDI registries

Along with the ASA database, the private UDDI server supports the Adaptive Server Enterprise database and Oracle databases as repositories for registry information. The SQL commands used to create the required database tables are in:

To use either of these databases with your private UDDI registry, use EAServer Manager to modify the UDDIServerCache connection cache to access the database of your choice (or create a new connection cache with the appropriate settings). See Chapter 4, “Database Access,” in the EAServer System Administration Guide for more information.

If you create a new connection cache, you can use the Web console to change to the connection cache:

  1. Connect to the private UDDI server (UDDI on localhost).

  2. Right-click the Registry Administration folder and select Configure Connection Cache.

  3. Follow the wizard instructions to change the connection cache.


Connecting to the private UDDI registry

Before you can connect to the private UDDI registry, verify that you have:

  1. Started the UDDI server.

  2. Started the registry.

  3. Started the Web console.

StepsConnecting to the private UDDI registry

  1. From the Web console, right-click UDDI on localhost and select Connect.

  2. The Web console connects to the UDDI registry using the default values:

    If you have modified the host name setting in your EAServer installation from localhost to the actual host name, you must make the same change in the Query URL and Publish URL fields above.





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