Creating customized classification systems with WebSphere Service Registry and Repository V6.0.0.1 and higher

A step-by-step guide for administrators to create new classification systems and lifecycles for WebSphere Service Registry and Repository

From the developerWorks archives

Ian Shore

Date archived: May 16, 2019 | First published: March 28, 2007

The creation of new enterprise-specific classification systems and lifecycles for use within the WebSphere Service Registry and Repository is essential for your users to manage and govern the business data held within WebSphere Service Registry and Repository while using your enterprise's terminology. The default classification systems and lifecycle within the samples are good to understand how WebSphere Service Registry and Repository uses these features, but how do you create your own? This article describes how to quickly create, load, update and use new classification systems and lifecycles within WebSphere Service Registry and Repository V6.0.0.1 and higher without having to use any special tooling.

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