The Replication API is used to launch replications in Oracle Service Registry.
The replicate API call is used to immediately start replications.
authInfo - This optional argument is an element that contains an authentication token.
When this API call is invoked, it stops the scheduling of replications and, if needed, waits until the completion of current replications. It then starts a new replication process in which replications are rescheduled from this time with the normal replication interval. This results in one of two scenarios:
If no replications are in process when the replicate call is made, the call stops the replication schedule, runs the replication, and restarts the schedule from the time the call was made. For example, if replications had been scheduled on the hour, and the call is made at 9:15, replications will then occur at 10:15, 11:15, and so forth.
If there is a replication in process when the replicate call is made, scheduling is stopped, the call waits for the current process to conclude, runs the replication, and restarts schedule from the time the call was made as in the previous scenario.
You can find the Replication API endpoint at http://<host name>:<port>//<context>/uddi/replication.