Errors when trying to invoke an ESB Service from BPEL or UI

When you try to invoke an ESB Service from a BPEL Process or from an ADF application you can run into the following error/exception:

Error happened when reading wsdl at “http://localhost:8888/esb/wsil/Fulfillment/OrderFulfillment?wsdl”, because “Failed to read wsdl file at: “http://localhost:8888/esb/wsil/Fulfillment/OrderFulfillment?wsdl”, caused by: java.net.ConnectException. : connect: Address is invalid on local machine, or port is not valid on remote machine”.

What does this error mean, and how can you solve it?
When the Bpel Process or UI tries to access the ESB Service but can’t find the webservice or wsdl these exceptions will be thrown. The first step to perform is to check the connection properties in your Esb Control such as shown in the screen below:


Make sure the VirtualHost and Port are defined correctly, afterwards you can check the Routing Service itself to make sure the endpoint is defined correctly.

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