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Error while sending message: ConfigException in XI protocol handler. Failed to determine a receiver agreement for the given message. Root cause: Couldn't retrieve outbound binding for the given P/S/A values: FP=;TP=;

could you pls tell me the issue

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  • Posted on May 30, 2007 at 11:42 AM


    have u populated all values for the receiver agreement ..

    Maybe the receiver agreement is not activated. Make sure it is activated else just make some dummy change and reactivate the same

    when u get this error in Communication Channel then stop and start the Communication Channel. If you are getting this as a Pop up in the Cache Monitoring refresh the cahce for each object.

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    • Former Member Anusha Ramsiva

      Hi... Hope you can help....

      We have recently moved our SLD to a different server. The SLD was a straight export/import... Since the move we have been receiving receiver agreement for some interfaces... I have checked that nothing else has changed...

      Could you please advise me... When you refer to changing the technical and business system associations... What do you mean?


      Pete White

  • Posted on May 30, 2007 at 11:46 AM

    Possible tips

    1. Check your interface's configuration and try to refersh the cache.

    2. Try to create your agreements once more.

    3. Check business and technical system in SLD. Are they maintained properly

    4. Configure communication channel again and make sure u can view the adapters.



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  • Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 02:39 PM


    This is basis problem, adapter object is not working properly, better to re import once again from SLD

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