By kenkranz on Sep 07, 2007
- Download the Linux (Intel x86) version of the JavaCAPS Applications ISO - in this case it was named java-caps-5_1_3-linux_x86.iso. For those of you who are JavaCAPS literate - this is the disk that contains the Enterprise Manager, logical host, and UDDI Server/Repository. Note: at the present time [version 5.1.3] of JavaCAPS is not freely available for download. In the near future this (along with all Sun products) will change. I do not have insight as to the time frame and/or if the UDDI Server will be broken out from the JavaCAPS application itself.
- Open java-caps-5_1_3-linux_x86.iso (the file downloaded above) and extract the stcuddi-Linux_x86.sar to a temporary directory.
- Open the stcuddi-Linux_x86.sar and extract its contents to another temporary directory. For example, I called mine UDDItmp.
- Unbundle the stcuddi-Linux_x86.tar.gx. This will create a UDDIInstaller directory
- Open a shell and go to the UDDIInstaller directory and execute the install.sh script
- When prompted, enter the desired installation location for the UDDI Server. In my case it was /home/kkranz/apps/UDDI
- For the name of the UDDI Server enter: CAPSUDDI
- Enter 8190 for the port number. This will translate to the range 8190-8199, so be sure that range is open.
- For the user name enter Administrator
- For the password: adminadmin
- Verify the password.
UDDI Server installed successfully.
Please start the UDDI Server.
To verify the install:
- Start the UDDI Server (eg: cd~/apps/UDDI; startserver.sh)
- Point your browser to: http://localhost:8190/CAPSUDDI/
- To publish WSDLs to the repository, point your browser to: http://localhost:8190/UDDIReg
Finally, to complete the installation process, you should create the appropriate rc.init start and stop scripts.