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CMS-XML Build Job Timeouts with Error when SSO is Enabled
The BRD file uses the physical machine of the Build Server. During the execution of the pBEM command (i.e. the compiling of the code), SOAP messages are sent the Build Server using the URL http://<MACHINE>:<PORT>/bws/services/monitor. If the default Dimensions CM URLs are set to “localhost”, pBEM receives a SOAP error.
CMS-XML Getting the warning in the Common Log “Cannot enforce correct SOAP Message element order. Using build order. Schema object not found for namespace http://deployview.serena.com and localname getDeployView[org.jbpm.bpel.integration.soap.SerenaSoapUtil]”
Getting the warning in the Common Log “Cannot enforce correct SOAP Message element order. Using build order. Schema object not found for namespace http://deployview.serena.com and localname getDeployView[org.jbpm.bpel.integration.soap.SerenaSoapUtil]”
CMS-XML 14.3.3 / build => BCB1901000E Error: SOAP FAULT: SOAP-ENV:Client"No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it."
Build fails with these error messages : BCB1901000E Error: SOAP FAULT: SOAP-ENV:Client"No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it." COR1601012E The allocation of a build job by the SCBC failed with code -1; processing cannot continue
CMS-XML KB-DIM2009: SSL SOAP FAULT: SOAP-ENV:Client No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it.
After implemented SSL, user could not perform " Build " via Desktop client and Web Client as it produced error message as below:
CMS-XML RLM: After upgrade from 2.1 to 3.5 to 4.0 get SOAP Error checkUniqueness
Therefore, if there is a problem it will often be with this service. In this situation, the upgrade to 3.5 was accomplished without the benefit of the upgrade documentation and there are many manual steps that should have been performed. In order to correct the error message , the following steps were assembled -- they are merely gleanings from the 3.5 and 4.0 upgrade documentation.
PDF Orchestration Scaling and Design in SBM
Orchestration workflows provide the integration point between SBM and legacy systems and can be initiated from either. Legacy systems without SOA capabilities can interact with the human workflow by sending specially constructed e-mails containing SOAP messages to fire off asynchronous orchestration workflows which interact with the SBM Application Engine. The Event Manager accepts e-mail events in multiple formats as shown in What is the SBM Orchestration Engine [page 3].
CMS-XML 12.x / build => Error during Build Execution : Internal SPI error: BCB1901000E Error: SOAP FAULT: SOAP-ENV:Client"Connection refused"
12.x / build => Error during Build Execution : Internal SPI error : BCB1901000E Error : SOAP FAULT : SOAP -ENV:Client"Connection refused"
CMS-XML DimCM: Build: SOAP-ENV:Server"HTTP Error" when running build
When running a Build via Dimensions CM Admin Console, the following error may occur: Internal SPI error : BCB1901000E Error : SOAP FAULT : SOAP -ENV:Server"HTTP Error ". COR1601012E The allocation of a build job by the SCBC failed with code -1; processing cannot continue
CMS-XML Dim12: Build: BCB1901000E Error: SOAP FAULT: None"None". COR0004737E Dimensions Build Server authentication failed
No input items were selected for dependency analysis BCB1901000E Error : SOAP FAULT : None"None". COR0004737E Dimensions Build Server authentication failed
CMS-XML Dim12: Build: When submitting a build, an error occurs of BCB1901000E Error: SOAP FAULT: SOAP-ENV:Client"Connection refused".
When submitting a build, an error occurs of BCB1901000E Error : SOAP FAULT : SOAP -ENV:Client"Connection refused". COR0004737E Dimensions Build Server authentication failed
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