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Unable to use Sharing Reference on a portal service DC with prefix

Hello,

I have created a portal service in a Portal application DC. When I created this DC the Name server wasn't active, so when created it I manually seted these parameters:

Vendor: my.org

DC name: mojserv

Since the Name server was not active the Namespace prefix combo box was disabled.

I then wanted to refer to this service from a Dynpro application and for that I created this Sharing Reference: PORTAL:my.org/mojserv.

Everything was working great.

At this point I deleted the Portal application DC and recreated the same one, this time when the Name Server service was active.

At this case, you reserve a Namespace prefix, and I reserved this one: my.org/serv.

When I created the Portal application DC this time I could choose my vendor from a Vendor combo box and again I named the DC: mojserv.

I tried both these Sharing References but with no success:

1. PORTAL:my.org/mojserv

2. PORTAL:my.org/srv/mojserv

3. PORTAL:justice.gov/srv~mojserv (This is how I see it at the Delopy service on the Admin tool).

4. justice.gov/srv~mojserv

This time when I wanted to refer from it from a Dynpro application I received ClassNotFound exception on alll of the above attempts, which means that my Runtime Sharing reference is not correct. This is the place to mention that the service was deployed correctly and it is running on the server and that it is the same as the working one, without the srv prefix.

Anyone has an idea how can I refer to this service?

Thank you in advance,

Roy

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    Posted on Oct 16, 2006 at 08:09 AM
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  • Posted on Oct 16, 2006 at 09:30 PM

    Hi Roy,

    Go to visual administrator, open service "ClassLoader viewer", select your service and you will see all dependencies (and name).

    Best regards, Maksim Rashchynski.

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      Hello Maksim,

      I do not see my service at the place you've mentioned. I don't think it shouls appear there either.

      I do see it running though under System Administration->System Configuration->Service Configuration.

      Roy

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