Content usage mode: WSRP application sharing
Applies to: consumers
The functionality described in this topic does not apply to an SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment system without usage type EP Core - Application Portal (EPC).
This topic describes how to use the Registration tool in the portal to unregister your consumer portal from a remote WSRP-compliant producer portal with which you are currently registered.
When you unregister your consumer portal:
Any remote-based content that you have created using the current registration scope will no longer function at runtime.
If you have registered yourself with multiple instances of the same producer portal, only content consumed through the portal instance that you unregister with is affected.
You can restore the functionality of the content by registering your portal again using the same registration scope.
Personalization data for proxy-to-portlet iViews is permanently deleted.
If you have already registered with a remote WSRP producer and you want to temporarily block access from your consumer portal to the remote producer without unregistering, you can instead use the Block Access capability in the View My WSRP Producers screen.
For more information, see Enabling/Disabling Remote Access on WSRP Consumers .
You can use the Registration tool to also do the following:
View the current registration status of your portal with a remote producer.
Register your portal. For more information, see Registering Your Consumer Portal with WSRP Producers .
Before unregistering, you should check the connection to the remote producer using the System Connection Tests tool. For more information, see Testing the Connection to WSRP Producers .
You are assigned to the portal role that contains the Federated Portal workset. By default this is the System Administration role.
You have created a WSRP connection on the consumer portal. For more information, see Creating WSRP Connections to Producers .
You have been assigned at least administrator read-write permission to the producer object.
The producer object may inherit the permission assigned to its parent folder in the Portal Catalog. For example, the WSRP Content Producers folder.
You are registered with the remote producer.
Launching the Registration Tool
Do any of the following:
If you are currently editing the producer object of the WSRP connection, choose Producer Registration in the link bar.
If you are not editing the producer object of the WSRP connection, then do the following:
In the consumer portal, navigate to.
In the Portal Catalog, locate the producer object in the WSRP Content Producers folder.
In the context menu of the object, choose. The Registration tool is displayed; the current registration status is shown.
Unregistering Your Consumer Portal
Launch the Registration tool as described above.
Choose Unregister .
Accept the confirmation message that appears.
Your registration status is displayed in a message on the screen.
You can also view your status in the View My WSRP Producers tool. For more information, see Viewing Your WSRP Producers .
Reasons for not being able tounregister may be:
The WSDL service is not accessible (upon registration only) on the producer.
The portal server of the producer may be down.
There are problems with your network or that of the producer.