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jadda
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Unable to import HPOO WSDL in servicenow

Hi All,

 

 I am trying to integrate HPOO and Servicenow. I have successfully imported sericenow WSDL in HPOO. And when trying to import HPOO WSDL in servicenow I am getting below error "Unable to load WSDL: java.lang.RuntimeException: java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused:java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused"

 

Has anyone faced similar situation ? look at screen shot for details

 

 

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jadda
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Re: Unable to import HPOO WSDL in servicenow

I can access this URL through SOAP  UI and do the required operations.

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Selva80
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Re: Unable to import HPOO WSDL in servicenow

Are you using the correct url of HPOO wsdl? because from your screen shot, i can see that the url is pointing to localhost. http://localhost:8080/PAS/services/WSCentralService?wsdl

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jadda
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Re: Unable to import HPOO WSDL in servicenow

Yes. I have installed HPOO and SN MID server locally. It should be fine.

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Brian_Bush
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Re: Unable to import HPOO WSDL in servicenow

Based on what I see, you don't have a well formed WSDL. The first line should be something like:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

 

You aren't even to the MID Server, yet. Once you get the WSDL parsed, you will setup all of the SOAP Message Functions. They will not work unless you remember to set the MID Server value for each one.

Anyway, start with what you pasted into the WSDL field.

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Brian_Bush
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Re: Unable to import HPOO WSDL in servicenow

Your main issue is that you are trying to download an internal WSDL file. You actually need to just copy and paste it in the WSDL XML field. I assume it is attempting to download the file from the Internet, rather than your internal network. Try that, see if it helps.

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suezamora
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Re: Unable to import HPOO WSDL in servicenow

Hello Jadda, 

Regarding your question I found the next information:

 

XML configuration file example

 

<?xml version="1.0" ?>
<project schema_version="2" name="ExampleIntegration-OO9.0"
version="1.0.0" fullname="OO Example Integration Content Installer">
<ras type="java" dir="../dist/JRAS" description="Example Integration
Java RAS Libraries">
<archive isLib=”false” >ExampleIntegration.jar</archive>
<archive isLib=”true”
libFolderName="ExampleIntegration">lib/*.jar</archive>
</ras>
<ras type="dot_net" dir="../dist/NRAS"description="Example
Integration .NET RAS Libraries">
<archive>*.dll</archive>
</ras>
<repository path="../dist/Repository/ExampleIntegrationRepo”
description=”ExampleIntegraton Repository”>
<include>/Library</include>
</repository>
</project>

 

Kind Regards,

sussan

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suezamora
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Re: Unable to import HPOO WSDL in servicenow

Hello Jadaa,

I hope you are great today!

If you find that this or any post resolves your issue, please be sure to mark it as accepted solution.

Thank you

Sussan Zamora

HP-OO

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