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WebSphere Message Broker Registry Lookup Node Configuration

When configuring WebSphere Message Broke to call services loaded into WSRR the following two node can be used: 1. Registry Lookup 2. Endpoint Lookup When using any of the two nodes the following configuration needs to be done: Make sure Broker has been started when running the config: mqsistart.exe / mqsistart.sh 1. WSRR unsecure (No […]

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Web Services Governance Enforcement with WebSphere Datapower and WebSphere Registry and Repository

Service Governance has become a main focus of many companies in securing Web Services. IBM Websphere stack of software and appliance provide customers with easy way to enforce governance in an centralized Registry and Repository. Below is an example of how web services governance can be enforce using WSRR and Datapower. Prerequisite for this is […]

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Websphere Registry and Repository Overview

What is Governance? Governance established a level of control over some set of procedures within an organization. IT Governance: -Establishes decision making rights associated with IT. Start with SOA lifecycle – MADM (Model(Gather requirements, model and simulate, Design), Assemble (Discover, construct and test, compose), Deploy (People, Processes, Information), Manage (Manage Application and services, Manage identity […]

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Configure Websphere Business Space for Websphere Registry and Repository

Configure Websphere Business Space for Websphere Registry and Repository V7. Step 1: Start wsadmin using the following command. Please specify your WAS username ([username]) and password([password]) below if security is enabled for your WSRR profile. Navigate to your C:\Program Files\IBM\Websphere\AppServer\WSRRvr01\bin: wsadmin.bat -username [username] -password [password] -lang jython Step 2: Install the business space application using the […]

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Websphere UDDI configuration with WSRR

Create a Websphere UDDI with Websphere Registry and Repository. Step 1: Navigate to the following path: \IBM\Websphere\WSRR\admin> Step 2: Run the following command (Specify the path to your WSRR): ConfigureUDDI.bat C:\Program Files\IBM\Websphere\AppServer\profiles\WSRRSrv01 The following window will open: Enter the localhost and SOAP port number for WSRR profile. Enter the security username and password: Configure your […]

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