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Error while calling a adobe form?

Hi All,

in my webdynpro component , i am calling adobe form.but i am getting error as mentioned below.

Error when processing your request .......

Webdynpro Exception:The ADS call has failed.you can find information about the

cause in the error.pdf on the application server.

why this error coming? even when i execute a standard application also i am getting this.why?

Regards,

lakshmi.

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 07:32 AM

    Abhi

    I too got the same error:

    WebDynpro Exception: The ADS call has failed. You can find information about the cause in the error.

    I refered the link provided by you for testing the ADS configuration and it displayed a 2 page report.

    Is that mean that there is a problem in my form?

    Regards

    Vijai

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    • This is a completely generic error message that basically means that something went wrong with the remote call to the ADS. If this problem occurs in all applications - including standard SAP ones, then this is an indication that there is a configuration problem between the ABAP system and the Java/ADS system. Your system administrator should look into the problem. If this error is only produced by one form that you are creating then there is something that you are doing incorrectly. Sometimes this can be caused by incorrect cardinality or bad scripting within the form itself.

  • Posted on Jul 08, 2008 at 09:19 AM
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