I involved Adobe support and they notified me the execution instance is hosted and not set up. That would makes as to why my event calls aren't working. The endpoint is not set up. Thank you for your help.
Thank you for sharing the instance URLs with me. I was able to reproduce the issue you were facing after re-installing SOAPUI on my machine. Error received in the log was
ERROR:Exception in request: javax.net.ssl.SSLProtocolException: handshake alert: unrecognized_name
It is a problem with SOAPUI configuration and you can resolve it by following the steps outlined here.
Go to bin folder inside installation folder of SOAPUI. For me it was C:\Program Files\SmartBear\SoapUI-5.2.1\bin. If you have installed the 32bit version of the software, please check for it under Program Files(x86) folder.
There should be a file named SoapUI-5.3.0.vmoptions. It might be different if the version of SOAP UI is different but the name should have vmoptions.
Add the following line inside this file and save it. It might ask you to login as administrator before making this change.
Once done, close SOAPUI and re-open it. Try firing a soap call and hopefully handshake error should not come. This helped resolve issue from my machine.
This is to clarify your question :" I don't understand how SOAPUI sends a call to 127.0.0.1/nl/jsp/soaprouter.jsp when that doesn't exist in on localhost? How is a minimal set up achieved?"
This is how is works :
1>. The SOAP call is received by the Apache server in Adobe Campaign. This Apache server sees your IP address as in
2>. Apache server after receiving the call transfer to the campaign nlserver web process. for Web process Apache acts as the local address or 127.0.0.1 since they are installed in the same installation directory on the server hence you see the request to be formed like that .