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Exception when trying to run an Web Application that uses a Web service

Hello All,

I get an exception when trying to run an Web Application that uses a Web service. The web application is a WebDynpro Application.(an application similar to the one "Using an Email Web Service in Web Dynpro" in the tutorial section of Web Dynpro but using a different web service)

The exception is

<b>Service call exception; nested exception is: com.sap.engine.services.webservices.jaxrpc.exceptions.InvalidResponseCodeException: Invalid Response Code: (404) Not Found.</b>

Could anyone give me an idea on what might be the problem ?

Regards,

Loveline.

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    Posted on Feb 16, 2005 at 11:21 PM

    Hi,

    The error means that url of the WS is not found. Check the URL of your web service (You can use Web Service Navigator app which is a part of WAS installation to check this).

    Hope it helps.

    Victor

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    Posted on Feb 17, 2005 at 04:29 AM

    Hello,

    Like you said it was the problem with url.

    The webservice I used is actually running on the local machine (where the NetWeaver developer studio is installed); so in the url I had specified localhost. But I deployed the application on another server(SAP J2EE Engine). That is why it didn't work. On changing the url as required, the application is working fine.

    Thanks !

    Regards,

    Loveline.

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      Hey Loveline,

      I'm not replying regarding ur problem and i'm not from this field. I just hv a question that r u the one who used to study in Vandana Convent and Christ school, Guna.

      If not then plz disregard this message and forgive me and if yes then plz contact me at sbharill@hsc.unt.edu, i'm one of the nuts from ur batch.

      Bye

      Shashank

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