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how to publish a web service in registry

Hi All,

We are implementing one practical scenario of ESA.we have created a web service using SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio.Now we want to expose it using UDDI client option provided by SAP Web Application server.

but i am getting this error:

Registry Error: < Localization failed: ResourceBundle='com.sap.exception.io.IOResourceBundle', ID='Could not create SSL socket:java.net.ConnectException Connection timed out: connect', Arguments: [] > : Can't find resource for bundle java.util.PropertyResourceBundle, key Could not create SSL socket:java.net.ConnectException Connection timed out: connect

please tell me what kind of setting is require in go.bat for publishing a web service.

please give response ASAP.

Arun Sharma

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    May 08, 2006 at 07:47 PM
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    May 09, 2006 at 10:23 AM

    Hi anton,

    Thanks a lot to u for ur reply.

    I have created the setting according to ur reference link.But still i am getting same error.

    I think this setting require when we create web service using ABAP stack.In our case we are using SAP NetWeaver developer studio(Java Stack)and deployed it into SAP J2EE Engine.

    Now I am using UDDI client option to publish the web service.

    I think we need to configure some setting in Visual Administrator but we don't know what kind of setting require.

    would u tell us what setting require in visual Administrator.

    can u also tell us how can we enable SSL option.for this is their any need to install SAP Java Cryptographic Tool.

    Arun Sharma

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      and <a href="/people/aniket.tare/blog/2005/03/22/ssl-certificate-installation-procedure-for-sap-j2ee-engine-630-150-steps-in-visual-administrator blog</a> shows how to install certificates once everything else is in place.