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BODS SOAP Web Service Connection error RUN-248005

Hi Experts,

I need help connecting SOAP web service to BODS. We have configured the initial set up by importing the functions from the WSDL that was provided to us. The WSDL provided us with a request and reply schema as follows:

We then created the data service job that would consume the function call. An overview of the dataflow is as follows:


When we run the job with null values for the source table the job returns no errors, but returns no data either into the destination table (Which we think is to be expected because we have no parameters to search on). If we add a value to the source table that is a required field for WSDL GET function (sys_ID) the job runs, but produces the error shown below:

We configured the data flow by using a reference document that can be found at this link: http://www.dwbiconcepts.com/etl/23-etl-bods/158-web-service-call-in-sap-data-services.html.

Any help in regards to why we are getting a “No response to web service error” would be much appreciated! Also, if further detail is needed please feel free to ask.

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    Mar 06, 2015 at 09:04 PM

    Hello Wesley

    I'm trying the same thing and have the exact same issue as yourself.

    Did you have any progress on this by now?

    Many Thanks

    Fliip

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Wesley, I am having the same problem, but my web service does not have a SSL Certificate. Would you by any chance know what the ports on Transport Receiver mean? What is the purpose of the port 6060 on this case?

      My job Server uses por 3500, isn´t that what it should be on the axis2.xml file?

      Thank you in advance

  • May 31, 2016 at 05:17 PM

    This is extremely helpful. One (possibly silly) question. Since I'm using a certificate to connect, why would I have a username? I can understand a password to decrypt the certificate, but I'm not sure where I'd get a username. I'm going to give it a shot without one, but I wanted to tell you how helpful this post is. It saved me a lot of time.

    Clay

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