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Error in SOAP Adapter

Hi Friends,

I have scenario like REST<>PO<>Proxy, when we testing the scenario first time it's sending/receiving the message successfully , when we re-run the interface we are getting following error.


 Error while sending message to module processor: senderChannel '9742e0dbfa993b7096fd483d14bbaf75': Catching exception calling messaging system: HTTP Response Received. Status Code = 500 [null "null"] >
I am attaching error screen shots.Could you please help on this issue.

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  • Posted on Jul 25, 2016 at 09:44 AM
    • Check in ECC if the Proxy is generated or not.
    • Check if all the required roles are provided to the user which you have mentioned in Receiver channel.



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  • Posted on Jul 26, 2016 at 03:04 PM

    Hi Ravi,

    Check the below things.

    • In NWA-->destinations of your PI system make sure the connection "D32ToD11" is working fine.
    • Restart your Proxy Receiver communication channel.
    • Verify the connectivity by pinging the Proxy receiver communication channel.
    • Go to SXMB_MONI in the Receiver ECC system and see if you are getting any error messages.
    • You can also debug the inbound proxy in SPROXY in receiver system .


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