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Error while activating proxy

i am trying to create a Enterprise Service.the steps that i am following are:

In se80 i am right clicking and then creating a enterprise service.

I am selecting the option as service consumer and then proceeding with the steps.

the wsdl that i am using is

after the steps i am trying to activate the proxy but i am getting the following error:

object not(yet) activated

error when activation a proxy.

P.S i have been able to create a succesful connection in sm59 and i have been able to test the connection succesfullythe repsone i am getting is

Status HTTP Response 200

Status Text OK

Duration Test Call 1104 ms

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    Mar 24, 2010 at 11:33 PM


    Please make sure that the XML in the WSDL you are using is well formed.

    Is the activation failing at the DDIC objects step? Click on the log/info button in SE80 after the activation error comes up, let us know what the exact errors are.

    If this is just to test a consumer proxy then try creating an outbound interface in PI and create a consumer proxy from that in SE80 to test.

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    Jan 05, 2011 at 06:51 PM

    Hello, did you ever get this working. I am also looking for documentation on setting up and configuring SAP CRM 7 to connect with Exacttarget. Anything you can provide would be very helpful as I am not able to find any documentation on this. Example, exacttarget has sent us a wsdl file but we really don't know what to do with it and they have not provided the documentation related to setup and configuration within SAP.


    Doug Thompson

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      Was anyone able to get this issue solved and get SAP CRM 7.0 connected with ExaxtTarget?

      Any information would be usefull.