Service Registry 3 2005Q4 User's Guide

Viewing Object Details

In the search results table, click the Details link for an object to open the Details area immediately below the Registry Objects area.

This section has a row of buttons and a row of tabs:

Table 1–4 Attribute Tabs in the Details Area

Tab Name 

Applies To 

Object_Type Detail

All objects (Object_Type is the object type name)

Slots 

All objects 

Classifications 

All objects 

External Identifiers 

All objects 

Associations 

All objects 

External Links 

All objects 

Audit Trail 

All objects 

Postal Addresses 

Organization, User 

Telephone Numbers 

Organization, User 

Email Addresses 

Organization, User 

Users 

Organization 

Organizations 

Organization 

Service Bindings 

Service 

Specification Links 

ServiceBinding 

Concepts 

ClassificationScheme, ClassificationNode 

Registry Objects 

RegistryPackage 

Affected Objects 

AuditableEvent 

Click a tab to find out if the object has any values for the attribute. If it does, click the Details link for the attribute value to open a web browser window with the details for the attribute value.

The Audit Trail tab does not produce a table with a Details link. Instead, this tab produces a table that contains the following information:

For most objects, the Details area fields are as follows:

For many objects, the fields are largely self-explanatory (the postal addresses for an Organization, for example). For some objects, the fields require some explanation. The following sections describe these fields.

Viewing Association Details

The Details area for an Association object contains the following additional fields:

Viewing Classification Scheme Details

The Details area for a ClassificationScheme object contains the following additional fields:

Viewing Extrinsic Object Details

The Details area for an ExtrinsicObject object contains the following additional fields:

Viewing External Link Details

The Details area for an ExternalLink object contains a Display Content link under the External URI field. Click this link to view the contents of the URI in a browser window.