Oracle Service Registry provides two user interfaces.
Business Service Control Using the Business Service Control developers, architects and business users can browse the various perspectives of the registry including business-relevant classifications such as service and interface lifecycle, compliance or operational/readiness status. They can browse information through business-relevant abstractions of SOA information such as schemas, interface local names or namespaces. The Business Service Control also provides easy to use and customizable publication wizards.
The Business Service Control can be found at http://<hostname>:<port>/<context>/uddi/bsc/web. Host name and port are defined when Oracle Service Registry is installed. The default port is 7101 or 8888 depending on application server setting. The context is specified during installation and defaults to registry. See Business Service Control
Registry Control Using the Registry Control users can browse and publish registry contents, create subscriptions and perform ownership changes. The Registry Control is the primary console for administrators to perform registry management.
The Registry Control can be found at http://<hostname>:<port>/<context>/uddi/web. Host name and port are defined when Oracle Service Registry is installed. The default port is 7101 or 8888 depending on application server settings. See Registry Console Overview