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5. When you attempt to connect to the WSRR server for the first time, you
receive the warning Signer certificate not found. Click Accept to import
the necessary SSL signer certificate into the trust store for this WSRR
location.
6. When notified about the results of the test, as shown in Figure 4-46, click OK.
Figure 4-46 Test connection results
7. Click Finish to add the WSRR location to the WSRR Eclipse Plug-in. Close
the Preferences window by clicking OK.
4.5.3 Installing and configuring WSRR Studio
WSRR Studio is a customizing tool for WSRR. In this section, we describe the
following tasks:
1. Installing WSRR Studio.
2. Configuring a connection to an existing server.
You can find additional information about how to install and configure WSRR
Studio at:
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/sr/v7r5/index.jsp?topic=/com.i
bm.sr.studio.doc/wsrr_studio_homepage.html
Note: The installation and configuration of WSRR Studio is not required for
the scope and scenarios covered in this book. However, for completeness, we
describe these tasks in this section.
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Installing WSRR Studio
WSRR Studio includes its own version of the Launchpad tool, which we used in
previous sections. To install this component, use the Launchpad tool as follows:
1. Locate and run the launchpad.exe file (or the corresponding file if your
platform is not based on the Windows operating system) for WSRR Studio.
The Launchpad tool allows you to perform several tasks, as shown in
Figure 4-47. Click Install WebSphere Service Registry and Repository
Studio to continue.
Figure 4-47 WSRR Studio Launchpad welcome panel
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2. Select the packages to install as indicated in Figure 4-48, and click Next.
Figure 4-48 Package selection
3. Read and accept the license agreement, and click Next.
4. Select Create a new package group. Review the package group installation
directory, and modify it if needed. Click Next.
5. The “Select features” panel allows you to decide which subcomponents to
include in this installation. In our scenario, there is only one main component
and no available subcomponents. Click Next.
6. Finally, review the summary information, and click Install to initiate the
installation task.
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7. The process takes from 10 to 30 minutes, depending on the performance of
the target system. When the installation is complete, a message displays as
shown in Figure 4-49. Click Finish to close the installation window.
Figure 4-49 Installation results panel
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Configuring a connection to an existing server
This section explains how to create a WSRR location for WSRR Studio. A WSRR
location holds information about a WSRR instance on which you want to work
with. To configure the WSRR location:
1. Open WSRR Studio, and select the WSRR Locations tab. Right-click the
blank canvas, and click Add WSRR Location, as shown in Figure 4-50.
Figure 4-50 WSRR Locations tab

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