Policy promotion with WebSphere Service Registry and Repository

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Jerry Stevens

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: May 18, 2011

The use of run-time policies associated with objects stored in WebSphere Service Registry and Repository (hereafter called Service Registry) has become more valuable to customers as Service Registry has extended its integration with other products, such as WebSphere DataPower and WebSphere Message Broker. The Service Registry promotion feature makes these policies available to different test and production environments, and this article provides guidance and recommendations to dispel the complexity of some of these scenarios. The article uses several examples to show you how to promote policies attached to various objects stored in Service Registry, such as Web Service Definition Language (WSDL) logical objects, Service Level Agreements (SLAs), and Service Level Definitions (SLDs).

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