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Failed to Read WSDL Error When Applying BPEL Process in IPM Integration (Doc ID 955534.1)

Last updated on MARCH 16, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Imaging and Process Management - Version 10.1.3.3.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The following error is returned when applying a BPEL Process:

Failed to read wsdl.
Error happened when reading wsdl at "<path>/.bpel_InvoiceSynchronization_v2009_10_08__33471_d542f7507f82c9674a17176e87555d60.tmp/Acorde2WebServices.wsdl", because "Error reading import of file:/<path>/.bpel_InvoiceSynchronization_v2009_10_08__33471_d542f7507f82c9674a17176e87555d60.tmp/Acorde2WebServices.wsdl: Failed to read wsdl file at: "http://domain/IBPMWeb/services/acorde2.asmx?wsdl", caused by: java.io.InterruptedIOException. : Connection establishment timed out".
Make sure wsdl exists at that URL and is valid.
<2009-10-12 15:56:44,515> <ERROR> <default.collaxa.cube.engine.deployment> <DeploymentManager::deploySuitcase>
ORABPEL-05215
Error while loading process.
The process domain encountered the following errors while loading the process "InvoiceSynchronization" (revision "v2009_10_08__33471"): Failed to read wsdl.
Error happened when reading wsdl at "<path>/.bpel_InvoiceSynchronization_v2009_10_08__33471_d542f7507f82c9674a17176e87555d60.tmp/Acorde2WebServices.wsdl", because "Error reading import of file:<path>/.bpel_InvoiceSynchronization_v2009_10_08__33471_d542f7507f82c9674a17176e87555d60.tmp/Acorde2WebServices.wsdl: Failed to read wsdl file at: "domain/IBPMWeb/services/acorde2.asmx?wsdl", caused by: java.io.InterruptedIOException. : Connection establishment timed out".
Make sure wsdl exists at that URL and is valid.

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