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Tuxedo tmadmin 'psc' Command For A Server Shows The Service Available But tpcall() Fails With tperrno=6 (TPENOENT) (Doc ID 769941.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 18, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo - Version 6.5 to 12.2.2
Information in this document applies to any platform.


A Tuxedo tpcall() failed executing a server's call for service SVC2 as follows :
./simpserv "testservice SVC2"

Can't send request to service SVC2 Tperrno = 6
From $TUXDIR/include/atmi.h : #define TPENOENT	6
Tperrno=6 means NO ENTRY :
Cannot send to service because it does not exist, it is a conversational service, or the name provided begins with a dot (i.e. '.') prefix. 

But, the Tuxedo tmadmin 'psc' sub-command result shows that the service SVC2 is available for the application server simpserv:

 Why is there such a mismatching between the tpcall() result and the list of published services from the tmadmin utility ?


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