I am currently experiencing a problem at an IP T site using Call Manager 4.1 and IPCC 4.1. After the installation of the TAPS plug-in on the IPCC servers, we are seeing unmarshalling errors while debugging scripts. In my experience, that is due to a Java version mismatch. This is certainly the case as the Call Managers are running Java version 1.4.2_05 while the Java version on the IPCC servers is 1.3.
My question is simple. How can I restore the IPCC functionality and Java integrity?
I think you getting, Remote Method Invocation (RMI) error message, Connection refused to host:[localhost:1099]; nested exception is: java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused appears when you attempt to debug scripts. Refer to RMI Error When Debugging Script in Cisco IPCC Express for additional information.
this is when i try to connect to a webservice calling from an IVR Script and the webservice is down. i just wanted to know which exception is defined for java.net.ConnectException: connection refuse in the list of the parent exceptions defined.
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