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Hi All,

 

 

 

We are using Solution manager 7.1 sp04 version.

 

please let me know if any sloution for the below.

 

in basic configuration --> step 3.1 Configure CA wily introscope

 

we got below error ,

.SOAP:1.007 SRT: Unsupported xstream found: ("HTTP Code 404 : Not Found")

 

 

Web service invocation problem on host maws0813.maisap.com and port 8000 protocol : http logical port name : LP_WS_MANAGED_SETUP

 

 

Could not ping web service on the solution manager java stack

 

We checked the SAP notes : 1663549 , 1659135 and 1752309 But no luck.

 

can you please let me know any idea to reslove this..

 

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