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Initialization of Extended Configuration Management failied CRM ISA B2B

I am getting the follwoing error in CRM ISA B2B application after deploying the warfile.

http://localhost:50000/b2b_xxx/b2b/init.do

Application error occurred during request processing.

Details: Error [javax.servlet.ServletException: Initialization of Extended Configuration Management failed.].

Exception id: [001A6426E3B000510000079D00000A5000045463A84AD4F6]

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  • Posted on Feb 23, 2009 at 03:16 PM

    I am also getting the same error. Can you post how you fixed it?

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  • Posted on Feb 26, 2009 at 03:39 PM

    Hello All

    Please review the following notes that has resolved this issues in other cases.

    979883 XPath expressions do not work in case of a comment in XML

    979884 NW04s SPS9 sapxmltoolkit cumulative patch

    If this does not resolve the issue I would advise opening an oss message and

    providing all of the information including a session trace specified in the following notes:

    1094659 Support for Internet Sales Release 4.0

    1091792 Support for Internet Sales Release 5.0

    Hope this helps.

    Peter

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2009 at 12:30 AM

    Did you guys configure the b2b_xxx application in XCM? You have to run the application administration ( /admin/init.do ) and configure this app.

    http:// localhost:50000/b2b_xxx/admin/init.do

    You will need j2ee_admin rights on the server. (in your case localhost ). User id "Admnistrator" and password - your local host NW Java server admin password.

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