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ADS Render Exception

Hello all,

I have tried to create a Interactive from(adobe) webdynpro application..

I am facing ADS Render Exception...

(Tread :pdfdocumentruntimeexception, has complete information on the exception)

System:NWDS 7.0 , 2004s SP7

Creadential file : P13_OCT06_0001978.pfx

When i looked into the security.log(Visual Admin -> Logviewwer), i found couple or errors logged.

1.Path to object does not exist at jdbc, the whole lookup name is jdbc/SAP/CAF/EUP_GP/MAIL_CF.

2.Document Services Configuration: Could not perform credential expiry check because of a problem in the configuration service.

Document Services Configuration Service: Exception associated with error: Error retrieving credential expiry: ReaderRights

We checked with the creadentials, but its running ..

I know that it is got to with the configuration, but unable to find and rectify the issue.



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  • Posted on Aug 04, 2006 at 04:33 AM


    looks like the credentials used by your Engine for Adobe Document service is not proper.

    If you feel Credential is proper, then try checking with the "ADS User" inside the " ADSCallers" ( go to Services -->Security provider -->user management ).

    if you have not configured any ADSUser there, then create an "ADSUSER" under "ADS Callers" and Use this user for your "Document security' configuration.



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