iamManu Absent Member.
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Virtual Service goes to Offline mode

Hi,

After i open the Virtual Services in HP SV Designer, it goes to OFFLINE mode in a minute. I had to restart the designer or clear the cache to get it in STANDBY mode for another minute. Please let me know what could be the problem here. I am having very tough time to developing the services.

Thanks,

Manu

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AshishDhole Absent Member.
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Re: Virtual Service goes to Offline mode

Hi Manu,

Did you check the HP SV Server ? it seems your designer is not able to communicate with HP SV server properly.

Try to restart the server and HP SV agenet, Let me know, if  you face any issue again.

Regards,

Ashish

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iamManu Absent Member.
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Re: Virtual Service goes to Offline mode

That could be the reason Ashish.

Currently i am using 3.6 version of HP SV. I am hoping that i wont face this OFFLINE problem after the upgrade.

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javo Absent Member.
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Re: Virtual Service goes to Offline mode

Hi, did you check the log file? It could reveal the cause of this issue. If possible, restart the Designer (so the log file is small) and wait until this issue happens. Than close Designer, grab the log file and post it here.

Thanks.

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Sivasankaran Absent Member.
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Re: Virtual Service goes to Offline mode

 

Hi Manu,

Did you check if the real service is up and running while openinig the virtual service in designer? It would cause the virtual service to go offline when it is not able to reach the real service when in stand-by mode.

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