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Party and Service not defined

Hi ,

I am working on my QA box for my Idoc ->XI-->3rd party HTTP scenario. When I try to send a message I am getting "PARTY AND SERVICE not defined" error message. I am puzzled because the same scenario worked well in DEV box and I have set all the settings in the directory ( service w/o party for R3 LS, party with service for 3rd aprt, receiver agreement, receiver determinations, interface determinations) but still I get this error. The trace stops at the receiver split level. I checked the cache notifications in the directory they were all "RED" for change that a hint why I am gettting this error??

Any ideas....


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  • Posted on Jan 21, 2005 at 07:00 AM

    Hi Teresa.

    Sounds like 1 of the many caching problems in XI. On which stack level are you? Did you try to refresh the cache using SXI_CACHE or the URL:




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      Hi Teresa,

      maybe you can find a hint in the Cache Refresh logs:


      and then choose "View Memory Log". Perhaps you have to

      raise the log level by adjusting the settings via

      "Edit Memory Log Configuration". (But be aware the

      a higher log level may slow down the system).


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