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I tried testing the webservice from business service itself....but its giving me the same error. "The invocation resulted in an error: ix.tpapi.uat.radixx.com."
I thought if I am able to open the entire url of this web service "http://ix.tpapi.uat.radixx.com/radixxtravelagents.asmx" and its wsdl then I am authorized to access this web service.
However, I guess I do not have permission to access this website.
If the website you're trying to reach is external to your company, you may need to configure a proxy server on OSB (not proxy service)...
See here how to configure a proxy server...
And here how to assign it to your business service...
It seems like your typing the address of the remote web site...
What you should be doing is to configure with your company's proxy host and port number...
Ask the security team at your company for that information or look into the connection configuration of your browser... In firefox, it's under tools > options > network > settings...
407 proxy authentication required
This means its asking me for an username and password to enter.
I have this username and password, so where should i put it.
I mean do I enter the username /password while creating proxy server or while configuring Business service "Authentication: Basic" or in the Transport panel while testing the Business service ?
Here is the response metadata i am getting:
<tran:headers xsi:type="http:HttpResponseHeaders" xmlns:http="http://www.bea.com/wli/sb/transports/http" xmlns:tran="http://www.bea.com/wli/sb/transports" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
<tran:user-header name="Mime-Version" value="1.0"/>
<tran:user-header name="X-Cache" value="MISS from localhost"/>
<tran:user-header name="X-Squid-Error" value="ERR_CACHE_ACCESS_DENIED 0"/>
<http:Date>Mon, 08 Apr 2013 11:12:39 GMT</http:Date>
1.1 localhost (squid/18.104.22.168-20121210-r12424)
<tran:response-message xmlns:tran="http://www.bea.com/wli/sb/transports">Proxy Authentication Required</tran:response-message>