I am using LISA workstation 7.5.1 and i connect to registry which is on different server.
I am not able to use the recording feature properly.During the recording the wizard asks for the port no whcih is default 8001 so VSE recorder is listening on http://localhost:8001 for the incoming request.
My Question is
Do i need some special permission to access this feature that i might not have.
i might be making some mistakes while recording.
You should be able to change the "Listen/Record on port" field while configuring the VSE Recorder - I believe it is the second window.
Hope it helps.
Consider this scenario
I am trying to virtualize a web service which is publicly available :
Here are the details:
WSDL : http://wsf.cdyne.com:80/WeatherWS/Weather.asmx?WSDL
Endpoint URL : http://wsf.cdyne.com/WeatherWS/Weather.asmx
so while recording i change the endpoint URL to http://localhost:8019 (Port no which i provided on second window)
i am getting following error while hitting the webservice
java.net.SocketTimeoutException: Read timed out
Please advice how should i proceed with this.
What did you provide for Target host and port?
I am sending to you how I configured the recorder using the details you provided:
Verify the Target host and Target port you provided in the recorder:
Check the Endpoint URL:
Below is the request being captured in the VSE Recorder.
Thanks for the response!
I tried the same settings but now I am getting a different error, Please find details below:
Recorder Configuration :
Web Service Call :
AnkitBhutani are you on the next tab where it shows the VS is in recording mode?
yes i am on the next tab@IamAbhi
Sorry, even I'm too getting the same exception. I will try to look into the issue and will update you if anything is missing from my side.
Thanks for the help! Can you open a support ticket as suggested by Maria.
Anyways, If you find a solution please let me know.
Sorry, but not sure I will open the ticket instead you can go ahead and open the support ticket as you are the one facing issue
So sorry, I don't have any idea how to open a support ticket :(.
Can you please help!
Sorry me too don't know.
You will need some additional information to open a ticket. Tickets are created on https://support.ca.com
a) Find out who within your customer "owns" the DevTest license and contact them. They should have a login ID/pwd for gaining access to the support site and their login ID will be registered to their Customer Site ID
b) ask the license owner to contact their CA Account team to get assistance with the ticket. Either party should be able to help you get a ticket opened.
If you have an account on support.ca.com that has been assigned to your customer Site ID, you can login and open the ticket on your own. Simply registering on the site will not be enough. Your account will need to be associated with a license holder.
When you open the ticket, provide the link to this thread when describing the issue and upload pertinent log files, etc. so the support team will have some background information. Additionally, be prepared to demonstrate your issue. These kinds of activities will help you get to a resolution more quickly.
I have seen the free weather service go down in the past. The error you received may be from the actual service itself. As of today, when I tried to record the service, I do not see any errors as shown below.
try couple of things
1. checkout the option "do not modify the host header received from client"
2. are you sure 8019 is accesable from your recorder machine and also make sure no other service is deployed/running on that port while you recording
Please, open a support ticket and a support engineer will help you with this.
Can you help in opening a support ticket , I have no idea how to do that.
Thanks in advance
Please, check the detailed response from Joel Nesmith above.
I am also sending to you this link that might help you.
What do i need to open a support case with CA Technologies Support?