Here is the DTD for instance info document.
It specifies that any instance info document should contain the following information:
Component ID: The ID of the component for this instance.
Instance Name: The name of the instance as given by the user.
Unique ID: A unique ID that is used as a file name when storing this information about the instance.
Creation Independent Info: Creation mechanism independent information. This will include:
POSIX environment variable values like
LD_LIBRARY_PATH: The load library path
WD: The working directory
TMPDIR: The location of the tmp directory
Services environment values: These are environment variables that specify the network locations of the framework services like the Information Directory and the Instance Registry. The following variables are currently being used:
Registry Context: The complete URL of the registry.
IDS Context: The complete URL of the information directory.
Creation Dependent Info: Information that is dependent on the creation mechanism used to create the instance. This will include:
The creation method used to create the instance like gram, rsh, ssh, local, inline, and so on.
Name values pairs of variables defined by the creation mechanism.
The path to the executable. This might be different for different creation methods.
A list of command line parameters supplied to the executable.
Creation Time: The time when the instance was created.
Target Host: The host ID on which the instance was created.
Other Details: Any other information about the instance that the user might want to include.