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Service reference error in Synchronous BPM scenario

Hello,

i am implementing a BPM scenario with an automated action that calls an iFlow.

The iFlow is SOAP to JDBC with an outbound SYNCHRONOUS service interface. The purpose is to make a lookup on a database and return a value.

Once i run the BPM I encounter the following error:

Process 'Pool 0' set to In Error

A technical error during invocation: Could not invoke service reference name 013ddc22-f243-4f3d-9104-e8138263b200, component name demo.sap.com~dcbpmsyn~BPMcomponent, application name demo.sap.com/dcbpmsyn

We have already checked this document:

http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/TechTSG/Sending+a+message+from+SAP+NetWeaver+BPM+process+to+PI+fails+via+automated+activity

but everything seems to be fine.

Any idea or suggestion?

Thank you

Regards

Andrea

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  • Posted on Feb 28, 2013 at 12:39 PM

    Hi Andrea, This particularly message usually indicates a very common problem where the runtime configuration of the service references has not been completed. If your BPM is calling the iFlow using this service reference, check you have marked the service group/reference as "Local System" so that it knows you are calling the same server. Alternatively you can go to the NetWeaver Administrator > SOA :> Application and Scenario Communication > Application Communication and check both the consumer and provider services are appropriately assigned to either local system or to an appropriate provider (system + user account management).

    Regards,

    Jocelyn

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    Posted on Aug 10, 2013 at 08:56 AM

    Hi Andrea,

    could you please let me know how did you solve this issue?

    I am also facing the same issue.

    -Supriya.

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