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Gateway and GenIL

Hi,

Is there anyone who can tell me where I can find more information on Gateway in combination with GenIL? Is this topic covered in any book like OData and SAP NetWeaver Gateway - SAP PRESS Bookstore?

Transform GenIL objects into OData services – Fast and Easy!

This tutorial shows only the basics, I still have a lot of problems and unanswered questions.

Regards,

R.W.

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    Posted on Feb 12, 2014 at 12:52 PM

    Hi,

    sometime back I happened to work on creating GW services from GeniL components. Below are some of my findings. I got this information by debugging.

    1. Package – /IWGIL/INTEGRATION and /IWGIL/GENIL_INTEGRATION
    2. Class Interface - /IWGIL/CL_GENIL_MODEL_ANALYZER
    3. Method ANALYZE_GENIL_MODEL - determines which node from GenIL component should be considered as Entity and further building association.
    4. Method BUILD_ASSOC – builds association
    5. Method BUILD_NODE - Build Node/Entity
    6. Message class - /IWGIL/CM_DT

    you can put breakpoints in mentioned class methods and can figure out how the service wizard builds GW service from GeniL component.

    Let me know if you need any more information.

    Regards,

    Chandra

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