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Issue in Tcode SIMGH- Flat service generator

Hi Experts ,


While we are regenerating the flat service thru tcode SIMGH
->consumer adaption->Flat Service Generator . We are geeting
additional fields to enter ESR Namespace, GDT namespace , Proxy prefix,
software component and its version as specified in screenshot which are
attached to this message. These fields are marked as mandatory.To give some background we got our DUET environment
upgrade from 1.0 to 2.0 looks like these are the new features available from
version 2.0 .


Before upgrade to 2.0 , we used to fill only the below parameters:

Development objects: almost the same parameters as in the Generate
Structures & Functions Modules screen, so might be
pre-filled.

The name/ID of the Web service being generated.

Namespace is required for non-local package.

The security profile (the SSO/Ticket).

Note : we don't have central ESR in our landscape to maintain our DUET services

Can you please help in filling the new fields .

Thanks,

Keerthi,

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2013 at 07:46 PM


    Hi Keerthi,


    If you are using Duet Enterprise 2.0 and you do not have an ESR, then my recommendation would be to look into OData services instead of SOAP web services.


    The SAP NetWeaver Gateway Service Builder (transaction SEGW) let's you easily create OData services. There is a feature to map operations to RFC or BOR objects or you can completely hand-craft the operations (also see this guide Duet Enterprise Developer Guide (New) which uses the hand-crafting option).

    Have you looked into switching to OData services for your Duet Enterprise implementation already?

    Cheers, Alex

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      Hi Keerthi,

      As Alex mentioned earlier, the best approach would be to use the ESR system and regenerate your Web Service via BDC Browser (this was introduced in DE FP1 release).

      You must have a ESR system as you have a currently running service.

      Updating Web Service manually is a pain and very difficult (not possible via SE80 at least). You have to go to ESR system and them manually update the structures, then sync WS with GW system.

      Better try BDC browser way, much easier if you have already used it.

      Regards,

      Advay

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