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hello experts,

My scenario for salesforce integration to SAP system is SOAP-RFC and PI 7.11 will provide the WSDL to salesforce.

Is it possible to check the outbound connectivity ie(salesforce -PI)? or should i reverse the scenario RFC-SOAP,but no data has been tested

from salesforce to SAP.

Outbound port is opened but Inbound is closed.. will it be possible to check for sample data flow from PI to salesforce?

Thanks,

Rama.

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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 11:05 AM

    Hi Ramashish,

    From my point of view you can check your scenario in this way. First, check your scenario from WSNavigator and SOAPui, If all is right, the Salesforce team should to check the connectivity for example with SOAPui from their IP direction.

    Also you can check the tools exposed in these blogs:

    Daniel Graversen's Use proxy to inspect http/soap requests

    Stefan Grube's http://scn.sap.com/people/stefan.grube]'s http://scn.sap.com//people/stefan.grube/blog/2007/03/29/troubleshooting-soap-http-and-mail-adapter-scenarios-with-tcpgateway

    Regards.

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 11:19 AM

    Hi Ram,

    As per your requirement which I understand you want to test the scenario end to end.

    You can do that even if you dont have the actual test data.

    • You can use WSNavigator or SOAP UI to test the scenario.
    • Take the wsdl file,import it in SOAP UI and if you are using WSnavigator,publish the wsdl and go to service registry and test the scenario.
    • Or you can send any sample message from RWB and check the message in moni.

    I hope it will help you.

    Regards,

    Abhi

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