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Authentification problem


a communication flow from file to an Jabber-Adpater failed. The Jabber-Adapter

is out of a XI programming book and should demonstrate how to create an own adapter.

Sceanrio: If the file adapter finds a file in a local folder, he sends a message to a Jaber

user throug a Jabber-Server.

In XI Message Display Tool I got following error:

Fehler beim Übertragen der Message zum Endpunkt http://localhost:50100/MessagingSystem/receive/AFW/XI über die Verbindung AFW. Grund: Received HTTP response code 401 : Unauthorized

The given URL works and I can login with my XI user.

Any ideas how to check where the authentification failed?

I'm using PCK (7.0) only, so I'm not able to check SAP transactions!



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    Posted on Jul 10, 2007 at 04:18 PM

    I would suggest logging onto the Java Admin Console and setting the trace file to Debug and seeing if you can find the error in the logviewer.

     Services

     Log Configurator

     Locations

     Choose the location (Java package) and the tracing level (severity)

    (for example,

     Root Location > com > sap > aii > File (or one of these)

     Set the severity and choose Copy Severity to Subtree.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Do I really have to start ALL applications of the J2EE Engine? I tried to

      activate all and the only goal I reached was to kill Visual Administrator.

      I'm even not able to start some of the services separately.

      How can I figure out which service isn't enabled? The error message only says

      that "The requested application, AFW, is currently unavailable."



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      Christian Riekenberg

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