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Hi ,

This is the error that the abaper is getting,

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes" ?>

- <!--

Call Adapter


-" xmlns:SOAP="" SOAP:mustUnderstand="">




<SAP:P2 />

<SAP:P3 />

<SAP:P4 />

<SAP:AdditionalText />

<SAP:ApplicationFaultMessage namespace="" />

<SAP:Stack>Cannot create HTTP client (exception 1)</SAP:Stack>



I have found a sap note:716739. This is related to XI 3.0.

This notes talks abt updating patch for Basis 640, whereas in XI 7.0 basis release is 700.

Please suggest.


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    Posted on Dec 21, 2007 at 04:41 AM


    check the RFC connection of your receiver adapter and post wats the error is and we can analyse futher ...

    And also refer for more help:

    Cannot create HTTP client Exception in Http --> XI --> RFC scenario

    CLIENT_CREATE_FAILED error in the Call Adapter pipeline


    Sai Ganesh

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    • Hi,

      This problem occurs when XI is trying to send a message, but the target-system cannot be reached.

      solution of this is

      - Check if the adapter engine is up and running (J2SE /J2EE) . When this is not the case, try to restart the adapter engine

      - Try to reprocess the message.• When reprocessing the message, the system will ask a question about the trace level that should be used in the reprocessing of the message. This question should be answered with “increased trace level”, for a more detailed trace when reprocessing the message will also fail.

      - If the reprocess of the message fails, the message will be put back in the “processed messages” list as an faulty-message

      - If the message is still faulty, then the following steps could be applied to check what the problem of this system is.

      • First get the communication-settings like, “system name”, “port number” and “username” and “password”

      • The second step is to “ping” the system

      • If you can access the system with the “ping” command, then you can use telnet to control if configured port on the machine is open.

      • If this fails control the process/script that sets up the environment and configure the ports accordingly

      • At last you can check if the username and password are correctly configured

      Hope this will help you.


      Aashish Sinha

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 04:51 AM

    Hi all,

    Thank you very much for your answers.

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