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SRT Framework exception: Initial value "consumer context table" in method IF_SRT_WSP_CONFIG_REGISTRY

Hi All,

I am a PI consultant that created a webservice
for Solman but when we try and upload it in SOAMANAGER using the URL we get the
following error.




ERROR:

SRT Framework exception: Initial value "consumer context table" in
method IF_SRT_WSP_CONFIG_REGISTRY~CREATE_CONTEXTS_FROM_WSof class

CL_SRT_WSP_CONFIG_REGISTRY

I also get the same error when I am
trying to upload the Wsdl via a file. I then saw that PI generates a online
Wsdl it automatically creates 2 end point addresses HTTP & HTTPS, when i
manually delete the HTTPS address out of the Wsdl I can upload the Webservice,
but I cannot Ping the service because there is not a place where I can specify
the username and password.

Can anybody please assist in helping
me.

Regards,

CJ

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2013 at 02:55 AM

    Hi,

    When you try to create the web service then you get error as per note this.

    1883806 - SRT Framework exception: Error in WSDL access: Exception occurred in communication framework:Error in HTTP Framework

    So as per the fix provided in the note above to are trying to do .

    But as two port are getting created please check if you are below specific patch level as mentined in this note.

    If Note 1687357 - WSDL deserialization when 2 Ports point to 1 Binding fails

    is applicable in your system . Please apply it and then try to create the as per the note 1883806.

    Thanks

    Rishi Abrol

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