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sap web service from function module

Hi

I have a requirement to create a web serive from Function module ,

Here ECC provides web service to .NET platform to consume.

I have created a WSDL , with URL link starts with HTTP.

Now Client prefer the WSDL file URL link to start with HTTPS.

I have tried creating a new web service by configuring SSL (with HTTPS). But i am still getting URL with HTTP.

Is there any way it can be done , so that WSDL File URL can start with HTTPS.

Please reply

Thanks in advance

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    Posted on May 18, 2014 at 04:52 AM

    Hi Krishna,

    Seems you need change the port to 443 in your RFC destination.

    Please refer Thomas`s blog, here->http://scn.sap.com/people/thomas.jung/blog/2005/05/13/calling-webservices-from-abap-via-https

    regards,

    Archer

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    Posted on May 18, 2014 at 04:25 PM

    Hi Archer,

    It seems like Blog is more kind of explaining RFC Connection setup for HTTPS url when we are providing the WSDL file to .NET Platform

    But for the Web service, i think we don't need any RFC connection .

    And there is no RFC connection setup between these two servers.

    I have created a web service provided the WSDL file to .NET People .

    Is there any other configuration setup through SOAMANAGER to get desired output .

    Please reply

    Thank you

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