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J2EE host or port not specified; define them under "System Settings

Hi Experts,

I need to expose a RFC function module as Web Service. Our ECC6.0 system runs on ABAP stack and not on Java stack...

When I select on "Open Web Service navigator for selected binding" I am getting the below mentioned error

J2EE host or port not specified; define them under "System Settings"

Could one of you please help me to sort out this error ASAP...

Thanks in Advance,

Vinoth

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    Former Member
    Aug 04, 2009 at 11:26 AM

    Hi,

    If your ECC 6 system is only abap stack (as usual), the web service navigator which needs a J2EE stack will not run.

    BUT if you have a java stack on another system it is possible to use it.

    For example, for testing ECC 6 web services, I am running the web service navigator from my CRM 2007 dual stack development system.

    Regards,

    Olivier

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Trevor,

      I did as you adviced me and it worked ! I don't have more the error message ! I've asked for our GRC Team to do tests and make sure that everything is working.

      I would like to thank you for your help and support, you were providential

      Thank you so much ! 😊

      Alan Rock Brz

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    Former Member
    Aug 04, 2009 at 10:52 AM

    Hi Vinoth,

    Try to provide the J2EE system settings under Technical configuration - System Global settings - Access information J2EE server in SOAMANAGER.

    Regards

    Madhu

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      The J2EE stack is only mandatory if you want to use the SAP Web Service Navigator to test your ECC abap web services.

      It is perfectly possible to use an other web service test utility. There are plenty of them available as free software.

      Regards,

      Olivier