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Can't start new service, due to "Server not found" error

Hi all,

I've created a second WD-application for my development. In development system everything works fine, I am able to start my new application. But after transporting it to the main system, the new application can't be started. I get the error "Server not found", although the new service is beeing called with the same url as the old one (which still works).

The service is activated (if deactivated I get error "Service not reachable", if activated I get error "Server not found").

Did I forget something to do (maybe something in ICM)?

Please help, this is quite urgent.

Thanks a lot!

ismail

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    Posted on Sep 02, 2013 at 02:19 PM

    Dear Ismail

    you should check the table httpurlloc if there are some entries. And also you should record this issue with httpwatch and check why and from where this response is comming.

    If you can attach the hwl file than I can check it for you.

    Best regards

    Jozsef

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    • Thanks for your idea...

      But I resolved the problem. It was a totally different issue...

      We had a problem with the FQDN settings.

      All users do have a mapping in etc/hosts file which maps server ip to domain xxx. But xxx was actually not the FQDN which was set at the server. Anyway old service works, because the mapping was done via etc/hosts file.

      On the other hand, the new service changes the http-protocol to https (the old one doesn't). Because of this protocol-change the server generates a new url with the wrong FQDN, and we were not longer able to resolve the domain.

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