3 Replies Latest reply: May 11, 2012 6:58 PM by Tom Cunningham RSS

EPRs storage in registry

Lukasz Dworski Newbie



I can't find where EPRs for HTTP protocol are stored. Can anyone tell where I can find information about wsdl exposed with JBoss ESB?

In UDDI registry there are only ESB actions stored.

I tried to obtain EPRs using





but result does not contain http protocol EPRs.

Page http://localhost:8080/contract/ shows correct wsdl in HTTP -> Contract section, so it is correctly exposed and deployed.


Please help.

  • 1. Re: EPRs storage in registry
    Lukasz Dworski Newbie

    I've found how to read WSDLs of exposed services:

    List<Service> services = ServicePublisher.getServices();
                                  for (Service service : services) {
                                            List<ServicePublisher> servicePublishers = ServicePublisher
                                            for (ServicePublisher servicePublisher : servicePublishers) {
                                                      final Publisher publisher = servicePublisher.getPublisher();
                                                      if (publisher instanceof ContractReferencePublisher) {
                                                                final ContractReferencePublisher contractReferencePublisher = (ContractReferencePublisher) publisher;
                                                                final URI serviceContractURI = contractReferencePublisher


    It is based on code found in /deploy/contract.war/index.jsp.


    Does anyone know where publishers data is stored in database?

  • 2. Re: EPRs storage in registry
    Lukasz Dworski Newbie

    Does information about ServicePublishers and wsdl files exposed with JBoss ESB is stored in memory? There's no information about exposed wsdl/contracts in juddi database.

  • 3. Re: EPRs storage in registry
    Tom Cunningham Master

    I think they are stored in memory - if you check out org.jboss.soa.esb.listeners.config.ServicePublisher, there's a static Map there.