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WF-BATCH user, connection refused to 50001 port?


We have a BPM making synchronous call to a web-service URL. This was working fine for the past 8 months untill yesterday. Due to failure on another interface, there were 500 messages in SMQ2, we solved this by deregistering and re-registering the ques in SMQR. There are messages stuck in SXMB_MONI_BPE, and we tried to re-process them, but we are getting ICM_HTTP_CONNECTION_FAILED, error code 400. We also looked into the system log at UNIX level, and we see that WF-BATCH user is trying to connect 50001 (SSL port) of J2EE, and the connection is refused. Correct me if I am wrong:

1. Isn't XIAPPLUSER or XIAFUSER or XIISUSER used to talk between the application, adapter framework and IS?

2. Why did WF-BATCH user got kicked in?

Has anyone encountered this situation? Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in adavance.


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  • Posted on Oct 17, 2006 at 03:28 PM


    For the problem, you can think of checking the SAP note 824554.

    Also blog-/people/michal.krawczyk2/blog/2006/06/08/xi-timeouts-timeouts-timeouts

    Even I have observed WF-BATCH is executed when you have BPM in place. I think it is because of Business Process Engibne executes this i.e WorkFlow(WF)...



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