UDDI Services includes the Web Application component. The Web Application component uses Internet Information Services (IIS). The Web user interface (UI) provides search, publishing, subscription, and coordination capabilities, and provides support for the UDDI APIs and for Windows Integrated Authentication, UDDI publisher authentication, or a combination of the two on both the Web UI and API interfaces. You can configure the Web Application component by using the UDDI Services Configuration Wizard Custom configuration mode.


The Web Application component requires that the Database component has been configured.


Using the UDDI Services Configuration Wizard, 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. For more information about Basic configuration, see Configure UDDI Services Using Basic Mode. For more information about unconfiguring UDDI Services in Custom mode, see Unconfigure UDDI Services.

To configure the Web Application component
  1. Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Microsoft UDDI Services, and then click UDDI Services Configuration.

  2. On the UDDI Services Configuration Wizard – Start page, select Custom Configuration.

  3. On the UDDI Services Web Application configuration page, configure the following settings:

    Item Description

    Enable UDDI Services Web Application

    Select this item to configure Web Application settings. By default, this item will be selected if Basic or Custom configuration has already been run.

    Data Store

    This item includes:

    • Data Store Name: The UDDI Services Database.

    • Server Name: The database server hosting the UDDI Services Database.

    • Database Name: The name of the UDDI Services Database.


    In a stand-alone installation, this control is disabled because the Web Application will always use the local UDDI database.

    Web Application account

    The service account under which the UDDI application pool in IIS runs.

    Self-register the site’s services in the UDDI registry and Active Directory

    Select this check box to publish services offered by this site to its own UDDI registry and if in a domain environment, also to the Active Directory® Domain Services (AD DS). If multiple Web servers are deployed for a site, self-registration should be done on only one of the Web servers.

  4. Click Apply Configuration.