sharepoint connector access to sharepoint

Hi all,

i have a trouble with the use of SharePoint Connector. I have to test it for my enterprise. I can call Confluence from SharePoint but when i want to test the communication from confluence i've got an error. I use Confluence 5.8.3 and SharePoint Connector 1.9.3.

In the Atlassian's log, there is this a stack trace beginning with :

2015-06-15 17:39:38,154 ERROR [http-nio-8090-exec-8] [extra.sharepoint.ws.WebServiceAccessorImpl] testConnection SOAP Service Call failed!  -- referer: http://inpib01v:8090/admin/sharepoint-admin/editAlias.action?serverAlias=Sharepoint&atl_token=7dd7caf3f7786a9c80b45f05b88dded723db9c36 | url: /rest/sharepoint/1.0/SharePoint-admin/TestConnection | userName: admin java.lang.RuntimeException: org.springframework.beans.factory.xml.XmlBeanDefinitionStoreException: Line 9 in XML document from class path resource [cxf.xml] is invalid; nested exception is org.xml.sax.SAXParseException; lineNumber: 9; columnNumber: 64; cvc-elt.1.a: Cannot find the declaration of element 'beans'.

 

Do you have any idea?

Thanks for your relply.

 

Camille L

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I ran into the same exact issue today when trying to do the Test Connection b/w SP and Confluence. However, I am using SharePoint Connector 1.9.5 w/ Confluence 5.8.4 and this is what I see in the logs (very similar error):

 

015-07-23 15:00:10,061 ERROR [ajp-nio-8301-exec-2] [extra.sharepoint.ws.WebServiceAccessorImpl] testConnection SOAP Service Call failed!
 -- referer: https://myhostname/confluence/admin/sharepoint-admin/sharepoint-admin.action | url: /confluence/rest/sharepoint/1.0/SharePoint-admin/TestConnection | userName: administrator
java.lang.RuntimeException: org.springframework.beans.factory.xml.XmlBeanDefinitionStoreException: Line 9 in XML document from class path resource [cxf.xml] is invalid; nested exception is org.xml.sax.SAXParseException; lineNumber: 9; columnNumber: 64; cvc-elt.1.a: Cannot find the declaration of element 'beans'.

 

-Jared

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Hi All, 

The error in the stack trace is related to a known bug in the Sharepoint Connector:https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CSI-1156  This particular bug only occurs on Confluence servers that don't have access to the internet or where there is a proxy in place blocking outside connections. See the bug report for a workaround.  I'd also encourage you to vote/watch and add your comments.

Cheers,
Jennifer Bennett | Confluence Support

 

 

I don't see a workaround in that ticket number.

Is there one? 

Hi Clem,

 

have you been able to find a solution to this issue yet?

 

Thanks,

Jared

Hi I am also using confluence version 6.2.1 trail version and sharepoint connector version 1.9.8 and i install confluence on my sharepoint server only and when after installing sharepoint connector i am trying to configure it getting below error.


Test call SharePoint service failed:: HTTP response '403: Forbidden' when communicating with http://localhost:56000/_vti_bin/lists.asmx

i am having farm admin access on sharepoint also my sharepoint server is Windows 2012 R2 server where NTLM is enalbed.

Please help me to resolve the confluence to sharepont connection problem.

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