You have created communication profiles.
More information: Preparing Communication Profiles
You use consumer applications to consume Web services that are running on a provider system. However, some consumer applications may also expose Web services that are consumed by other applications.
When you administer consumer applications, you can configure at once the Web services that these applications expose. You configure the Web services by assigning communication profiles to them. The framework applies the policies in these profiles to the Web services and creates configuration entities called service endpoints.
You cannot use the procedure described here for XI 3.0-compatible Web services.
Alternatively, you can use the quick link /appcommunication by entering the following address in the browser: http://[host]:[port]/nwa/appcommunication
The table shows all applications deployed on your client system that either provide or consume Web services.
To select multiple entries in the table, press and hold the SHIFT or CTRL keys and then choose the relevant service definitions.
To assign a profile:
Choose Assign Profile .
Choose a profile from the table in the Assign Profile window.
To find a profile by name, enter the name in the Value field and choose Go . You can use an asterisk (*) or a question mark (?) as wildcards in the search string.
To unassign a profile for the selected services, choose Unassign Profile .
After you save the changes, the system performs a background process and applies the communication profile policies to the service definition. The framework creates configuration entities called service endpoints. You can review the details of the created service endpoints in the Single Service Administration application. For more information, see Configuring Individual Web Services .
When the service endpoints are available, you can configure the consumer proxies that consume the configured services.
The system displays the current state of the assignment process in the Processing State column of the service definitions table. The following states are available:
The assignment is pending for processing. This state might occur directly (for example, the profile has just been assigned to a service), or indirectly (for example, there is a newer version of the profile). If the previous state of the assignment was processed, there might be a period of time where the old configurations (endpoints) are still available; they should be removed or updated when the assignment is processed.
The endpoints for the service are generated successfully.
There was a failure during the creation of endpoints. Most likely the issue is that the service has been configured at design time using annotations, and the design-time requirements are not met by the communication profile. For example, the service is configured to require Basic authentication level, but the profile supports only None. Use the Show Log button to see the error details.
You can display more information about the processing state in the Log Viewer application. For more information, see Log Viewer .