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HTTP handler for starting an external service cannot be read

Hi,

We are implementing PCR Approval using adobe forms. Currently when we try to open the adobe form for Approval from the UWL we get the error(it actually displays with an information message symbol) <b>"HTTP handler for starting an external service cannot be read"</b> in an ITS screen. We found an exactly similar problem in the below link but unable to find a resolution from that.

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The detailed information message displayed is as given below,

<b>HTTP handler for starting an external service cannot be read

Message no. SWK045

Diagnosis

This work item is a link to a HTTP service. To start the service, a launch handler must be known to the SAP System.

However, the system could not find a launch handler.

System response

The workflow system cannot start execution of the work item.

Procedure

Contact your workflow administrator:

In Customizing you must maintain a launch handler for HTTP-supported dialog services.

</b>

We use the standard task TS50000075 for PCR Approval

Can anyone help us on this?

Thanks,

Prasath N

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2006 at 05:57 AM

    Hi,

    Anyone has any idea on this???

    We are stuck at this point.

    Thanks,

    Prasath N

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    Posted on May 24, 2010 at 07:50 AM

    Hi I've had this error as well.

    Is your task maintained in transaction SWFVISU? I maintained the task here and it worked.

    Remember to first make a back of the XML file in the portal before making any changes...

    Good luck

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