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Publish services from ESR to Service registry: Called service do not exist in called end point

Hello Experts,

When trying to publish a standard API to service registry from enterprise service repository I am having an error as below:

"Called service does not exist in called endpoint. "I am publishing services for the first time. so let me know for any inputs on this. Appreciate your time and help.

Log is as below:

Jaxws client. Application:, InterfaceName: {}ServicesRegistrySi, PortName: {}ServicesRegistrySiPort. The called service does not exist in the called endpoint: http://xxxxxxxxxxxxx:50000/ServicesRegistrySiService/ServicesRegistrySiPort

|ServicesRegistryProxyFacade in application; nested exception is: Invalid Response code (404). Server [http://xxxxxxxxxxxxx:50000/ServicesRegistrySiService/ServicesRegistrySiPort] returned message [Not Found]. Http proxy info: none; nested exception is: javax.ejb.EJBException: ASJ.ejb.005043 (Failed in component:, BC-ESI-UDDI) Exception raised from invocation of public java.util.List throws,,,, method on bean instance for bean*annotation|tc~esi~uddi~sr~proxy~ejbm.jar*annotation|ServicesRegistryProxyFacade in application; nested exception is:


Anu Patyath

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  • Posted on Aug 30, 2017 at 03:09 PM

    Hi Anu,

    Please check whether service registry has configured in your po system, Once it is configured properly you can publish the service interfaces in to service registry.



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