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Issue in configuring ADS on NW 7.3 portal

Hi all,

I need to configure ADS on NW 7.3 portal. UME is AS abap EHP5. I am stucked at uploading credentials file. When i go to NWA->configuration->infrasturcture->adobe document services, i get a warning that adobe document services are not running.
I checked in java services also and could not find any com.adobe* services.

As per the below link:

No service exists in java services of portal.

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    Former Member
    May 02, 2012 at 11:33 AM

    Hi Abhished,

    In order to configure ADS, you must installed firs by JSPM. ADS is not part of Stack of Installation export NW 7.3 portal.

    So, go to Sap Marketplace -> Software Download Center ->

    Support Packages and Patches - N" SAP NETWEAVER" SAP NETWEAVER 7.3" Entry by Component" Adobe Document Services

    and donwload the same level that you have deployed for other hava components "stack" or if you want to use the latest software package is this:

    ADSSAP07_0-10008282.SCASP07 for ADOBE DOCUMENT SERVICES 7.30

    After install you can configure throught the following URL:

    Hope this helps.


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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi abhishek,

      Could you let me know the report that you are testing throught SE38 and the output ?

      Far as I know only the interactive forms use the credentials that you have applied.

      Hope it helps you,


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    May 03, 2012 at 07:06 AM

    You can check following things:-

    1. The AS Java where the ADS are running should have at least the same release as the AS ABAP.
    2. Have you performed the basic ADS configuration as mentioned in the
    3. Check SAP Note 944221 - Troubleshooting if problems occur in

    forms processing



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