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how is the resource regsitry wroks with perspective of WMB.

how is the resource regsitry wroks with perspective of WMB.

(OP)
Hi All,
Resource registrty component in wtx contains reource variable names and its value (encrypted or decrypted) under .mrn file which will pulled from the corresponding config.mrc file.
But now how can we link this component in WMB flow with WTX node. Please explain in brief about this.
Thanks,
Samba

RE: how is the resource regsitry wroks with perspective of WMB.

How about joining developerWorks? It has a much broader user base, and there's regular activity, with questions/answers almost every day:

IBM WebSphere TX at developerWorks

Hope to see you there!

Paul Brett
IBM Websphere TX L2 Customer Support EMEA

RE: how is the resource regsitry wroks with perspective of WMB.

(OP)
Kudos to you Mr.Paul, thanks for the prompt reply and definitely will follow developerworks forum in future usage.

Thanks,
Samba

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