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Receiver Agreement in Conjuction with SOAP message not found exception

I have created a scenario based on the demo configuration scenario documentation available. The name of the scenario is 'CheckFlightSeatAvailability'

'Proxy to Web-Service'.

As per instruction I did all the changes in the Integration builder. Finally I generated the url with the 'Display WSDL' utility available in the integration builder. Now while I trying to access the url generated from the display wsdl utility, it returns either receiver agreement not found or soap exception.

I have researched a lot to find out what problem is causing this issue. Can anyone please suggest what is going wrong. Also when I add some receiver in the receiver agreement it shows error in the cache. So, for the time being I removed the receiver rule.

Just for fyi, before this scenario I was successfully able to test the file to file (with /without mapping) scenario. Nothing gone wrong.

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    Posted on Nov 06, 2015 at 06:53 AM

    Hi Naveed,

    When you use a proxy like a sender you don't need to create WSDL, that would be to SOAP to webservice scenario. Have you created the sender agreement and the sender soap receiver channel?, but i repeat, in this way you should test your scenario with WSNavigator or the external tool SOAPui. If you want to test the proxy, you should go to the sender ECC and to generate a proxy in the sproxy transaction.

    Think to use a sender proxy you need to use a business component defined in the SLD that determines your sender ECC system, for example if the sender sid is DEV, the business component DEV. Also, if you share your configuration we could help you better.

    Regards,

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