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Unable to create WSDL for service.

Hi all

I want to use a real-time job as a web service and the real-time job is running fine with out any errors and warning. but i can't generate WSDL.

It is showing error as "Unable to create WSDL for service:Doc"..

Please Help me to solve this error.

Thanks in advance

PrasannaKumar

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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 07:28 AM

    Hi Prasanna Kumar,

    Please find the below SAP Note for your problem .


    Symptom

    • You log off MC and view the DS WSDL and you can only see entries for the default services while the real-time services that you exposed as Webservice do not show but instead for each one in the top in the comments section it says: Unable to create WSDL for service <name of RT service>
    • In Webadminlog they see: Error during WSDL generation: Enterprise authentication could not log you on. Please make sure your logon information is correct.
    • When they log onto MC and click to View the DS WSDL they can view it no problem.

    Environment

    Data Services 4.0

    Reproducing the Issue

    You have recently changed the IPS or BI (BOE) password however you have not updated the DS MC with that info.

    Resolution

    In the Data Services Management Console update the CMS Connection info.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Ramana.

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