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RemoteException: Invalid SOAP Response - Problems with WS or Java Versions

Hi Guys,

I have created a simple BO and exposed it's create method as a WebService. Now, when executing this WebService in wsnavigator, I keep receiving the following Exception:

RemoteException: Invalid SOAP Response. Runtime can not find return parameter <Output>.

I have made some research about it and found out that many people had faced this problem due to a Java Version difference between NWDS and SAP AS Java. I changed the Java Version on NWDS to the same installed on the AS (1.5.0_12), however, although both, NWDS and AS are using the same java version, the exception keeps coming...

Is there anybody out there that has ever faced a similar problem or has experience with this topic and can help me?? I really need some help here... Anything!

Thanks in advance, Johannes

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    Posted on Aug 17, 2009 at 12:10 PM

    Hi Buddies,

    I finally solved this issue...

    If you're facing the same problem, you might wanna check up, if client and server are using the SAME Java version (including update level). Moreover, you should update your NWDS/ CE to the latest version...

    Later, Johannes

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