Configuring UDDI Services
Applies To: Windows Server 2008
After installing UDDI Services, you must use the UDDI Services Configuration Wizard to enable and configure the Database, Web Application, and Notification Service components.
The UDDI Services Configuration Wizard has two modes: Basic configuration and Custom configuration. Use Basic configuration mode to configure UDDI Services with default settings. Use Custom configuration mode to configure advanced settings for Database, Web Application, and Notification Service components.
When you first install UDDI Services, you can run the UDDI Services Configuration Wizard in either mode by selecting the Launch Configuration Wizard check box on the Installation Completed page of the Installation Wizard. You can also run the Configuration Wizard at any time after installing UDDI Services by clicking Start, pointing to All Programs, pointing to Microsoft UDDI Services, and then clicking UDDI Services Configuration.
|UDDI cannot be configured against a SQL Server having binary SQL Collation, which means that UDDI fails to configure with any SQL Binary Collation that ends with “_BIN”.|
You can configure components using Custom mode at any time after installing UDDI Services. You can configure components using Basic mode after initially installing UDDI Services or after using Unconfigure Features in Custom mode.
|Anonymous login should be disabled for viewing UDDI portal in administrative mode; it allows IE to prompt for the required credentials with administrative privileges.|
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