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ADS: com.adobe.ProcessingException: com.adobe.Processin(200101)

Hi Everyone,

I have seen alot of post's regarding this issue. But none of them seem to be the same scenario what i have. So here it goes again.

We have 2 systems SAPDCD and SAPDCL. SAPDCL is a copy of SAPDCD system.

I have developed a Adobe form in SAPDCL system. And give me and error when I execute the form directly and try to print it. It gives me the error only when add something in the context. If i dont have anything in the context of the form, it print fine without the error.

I developed the same form in SAPDCD system with same context in the form its prints fine.

I see the ADS connetion in SAPDCL has target host system as SAPDCD as it was copied from SAPDCD system. But all ADS connections work fine. I was told that we can have differents sytem pointing to one ADS server.

I couldn't find anything in the trace file aswell.

Would greatly appreciate your suggestions/solutions.



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    Posted on Nov 22, 2011 at 07:16 PM

    Hi Shalu,

    Check your destinations on ABAP stack at SM59 --> HTTP Connection --> ADS and in your Visual Admin where ADS is installed check your destination is pointing to the right system. If you are not Basis person then take help of your Basis Admin.


    Srinivas Repala

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