Sun Java Enterprise System 2005Q4 Installation Planning Guide

Service Registry

Service Registry manages a UDDI registry of web services.

Service Registry has a local dependency on Application Server.

Service Registry cannot be configured by the installer, even when the installer runs in configure now mode.

Basic Installation Procedures for Service Registry

The basic procedures for installing and configuring Service Registry are as follows:

  1. Use the Java ES installer to install Service Registry on all computers systems specified in your deployment architecture. Service Registry has a local dependency on Application Server. Each computer that runs an instance of Service Registry must also run an instance of Application Server.

  2. Run the Service Registry configuration script.

Adding Installation Procedures for Service Registry to Your Plan

To add installation and configuration instructions for Service Registry, do the following:

  1. In your plan, list all of the computers with Service Registry instances.

  2. Add an instruction to select Application Server.

    Tip –

    Configuring Application Server might be more efficient in configure now mode. Configure now mode does not configure Service Registry.

  3. Add an instruction to run the Service Registry build and configuration script. To change the default configuration values, edit the file before running the configuration script. For more information on the installation properties, see Chapter 1, Configuring and Setting Up Service Registry, in Service Registry 3 2005Q4 Administration Guide.