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SOAP error when running webdynpro application

Hi All,

I have developed a web dynrpo application using ABAP webdynpro in se80.

When I run the application, I am getting the following error

"The following error text was processed in the system WC3 : WebDynpro Exception: SOAP Framework error: SOAP Runtime Exception: CSoapExceptionTransport : HTTP send returned with status code(100.101). ꯂ 8

The error occurred on the application server sys90_WC3_00 and in the work process 0 .

The termination type was: RABAX_STATE "

What would be the reason for throwing this error? In the SOAP runtime of SICF, I am not able to see any web dynpro application set up. How can i add web dynpro service in SOAP runtime? Or is there any other specific reasons too for this error.

Any help is really appreciated.

Thanks

Ricky

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2007 at 07:15 PM

    anybody? Thanks

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2007 at 01:12 PM

    try activate the tree with sap/bc... srt (in transaction SICF)

    or all services if you cant find it or feel lazy.

    Are you calling web service proxies anywhere ?

    regards

    Phil

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2008 at 02:09 PM

    Hi All,

    I am getting the similar error while activating the existing form after few changes from SFP.

    I am getting the fallowing error:

    SOAP Framework error: SOAP Runtime Exception: CSoapExceptionTransaport:HTTP receive failed with exception communication_failure(100,101).

    I have done the configuration check using the programs FP_TEST_00 and FP_PDF_TEST_00. I am getting the same error in my tests. How to correct this? Pls post your solutions, it will be helpful.

    Thanks,

    Rama K Pabbati

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      HI All,

      I have standalone ADS server and it is integrated with CRM system.when the user is trying to open/save the ads form he is getting an error webdynpro exception: the ads call has failed. i have checked test FP_TEST_00 things and that seems to be fine and i also have added one more extra role and still having the same problem.

      SOAP error.

      I got this error for bw system.so previous person who handling the systems told me that BW will have integrated ADS?which would get installed as part of bw installation?im not sure abt it? however one of the user is getting the SOAP error.

      Can any one help me out with above scenarios pls

      regards

      Raj

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    Posted on Sep 01, 2009 at 08:06 AM

    Hi,

    I am also encountering this error, has anyone solved this error?

    thanks,

    arjill

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    • Former Member

      we got the same problem.

      the issue was: the JAVA Engine J2EE wasn't runnig proberly.

      We solved this problem by restarting the whole maschine included win operating system.

      the oss note 1285016 can give you helpfull details for the futher.

      regards

      gerhard

  • Posted on Oct 15, 2019 at 08:28 AM

    We also faced the same problem after Stack Pack Upgrade in ECC system. The problem gets resolved by restarting ECC and Java system.

    Regards

    Ravinder Singh

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