Before you can start using the Services Registry, you must first configure the UDDI server.
You can set up a central Services Registry in your system landscape. We recommend setting up one AS Java as your central Service Registry. For this task, you can use the Configuration Wizard.
A second Configuration Wizard task is available for the Services Registry, where you can set destinations to the UDDI server and the classification service. Run this task only if you want to use a non-SAP UDDI server, or use an older release version of Visual Composer or AS ABAP in your environment.
Additionally, you can assign Service Registry users to user roles and adjust search settings for the Services Registry.
For more information about the role and functionality of Services Registry, see Services Registry .
Configure the UDDI Server.
More information: Configuring the UDDI Server
Assign user roles to Services Registry users.
For more information, see Services Registry Roles .
After installation, you can use the Configuration Wizard to execute the following tasks:
Configuring a central Services Registry
Setting destinations for the UDDI server and classification service
This is an optional task. Execute this task only if you use a non-SAP UDDI server or have an older Visual Composer or AS ABAP release version in your system environment.
More information: Wizard-Based Configuration of the Services Registry
Using the wizard, continue with step 6.
If you do not use the Configuration Wizard, set up an AS Java in your system landscape as your central Services Registry.
More information: Configuring a Central Services Registry
If you do not use the Configuration Wizard and you want to use a non-SAP UDDI server or have an older release of Visual Composer or AS ABAP in your system environment, set destinations to the UDDI server and to the classification service.
More information: Setting Destinations to UDDI Server and Classification Service
Define settings for the Services Registry such as the number of displayed search results, or settings for TREX search in the SAP NetWeaver Administrator.
More information: Configuring Services Registry Search Settings
To use a non-SAP UDDI server, you must set the URL to the external UDDI server.
More information: Configuring the Services Registry Using a Non-SAP UDDI Server
Connect your Developer Studio to the Services Registry.
More information: Connecting the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio to the Services Registry
After configuration, access the central Services Registry by using the following address: http://<hostname>:<port>/sr_central . If Services Registry is not configured, this address leads you to the Services Registry on your local AS Java. For more information about what can you do in a properly configured Services Registry, see Discovering services in the Services Registry .