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Error when creating Service for transaction in SICF.


I created a Transaction, and for this transaction transaction I am trying to create a service for this transaction using SICF transaction.

but after creagting service when I am doing test service I am gettging error follwoing message - can any one please let me know how to solve this issue.


The following error text was processed in the system DP2 : Communication failure

The error occurred on the application server dp2dca0u_DP2_01 and in the work process 0 .

The termination type was: IMC_CANCEL_TX

The ABAP call stack was:


Method: EXECUTE_REQUEST of program CL_HTTP_SERVER================CP


Module: %_HTTP_START of program SAPMHTTP




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    Posted on Jan 07, 2007 at 12:43 AM


    First you need to publish your service which you would get from the dropdown fro utilities->setting->its->publish.

    Also check in transaction SICF whether your serivce is actiavted- else activate the same. you can find your serivice under the following path


    ITS Debugger

    Debugging Flow Logic Applications


    Debugging WebRFC Applications

    Hope that helps,



    Edited by: Gopal on Oct 30, 2008 3:23 PM

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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2007 at 05:29 AM

    this may be because GUI link is not set to Y for your service in SICF

    check this weblog, it may be helpful for yu.


    post ITS related questions in ITS forum.


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