Failed to create listner - failed to import

Jan 15, 2008 at 11:11 PM
After having successfully installed MSE, I started to play following the MSE walk through.
When I try to import the calculator service, I get "failed to import, .........", after reading thread
http://www.codeplex.com/servicesengine/Thread/View.aspx?ThreadId=18030

I imported the service without checking endpoint. The I added the endpoint to each operation. Clicking "Browse" on the endpoint tab, I get "Page can not be found " IN IE. I tried to look for trace files without success. I saw that in config file there are sections for logging and switches but nothing is logged to my c:\temp, so first question HOW can I activate logging?
2ND question which is why I am writing this thread is I checked the event viewer, found the following error repeated so many times :
Failed to create listner for http://localhost:8090/myService with reason
Error Creating MSE Endpoint: http://localhost:8090/myService

and nothing else. I even changed the mse runtime service account to use Administrator

Thanks for your help
Coordinator
Jan 16, 2008 at 2:25 AM
Are you running Windows XP? The port number we provided for the example URI for the endpoint in the walkthrough actually conflicts with the port hosted by the Service Catalog service. Vista can host multiple listeners on the same port, but XP cannot. Try setting your endpoint to another port number and try it. Let me know if you still have problems creating your endpoint.
Jan 16, 2008 at 7:28 AM
No, it is on Virtual server w2k3 box. Even I changed 8090 to 9090 for the endpoint without success. On the thread I read, it was mentioned the same thing you are describing
Feb 8, 2008 at 3:06 PM
It looks like a permission issue creating the endpoint. Please verify that the services are installed to run under Local System. Can you create your own endpoint in WCF? Do the sample console based services start?


eliassal wrote:
No, it is on Virtual server w2k3 box. Even I changed 8090 to 9090 for the endpoint without success. On the thread I read, it was mentioned the same thing you are describing


Feb 8, 2008 at 5:38 PM
Yes, both services curently running under local system. A some point of time I changed to "Administrator", thinking it was permission issue which didn't help so I reverted back to local system.
Yes, WCF works fine and have a lot of WCF up and running
Yes, the sample console based services run fine and I managed to test them with the tester.

I reread the log again and again, I always find the following :
"mseTraceSrc Error: 0 : Notification Uri for MSE Runtime200332b is undefined.This MSE Runtime won't be able to receive catalog notifications"

which is not true because runtime server has a uri for notification (in MSE console at least) which is http://localhost:8060/scEvents