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Consume Web Service from outer application

Hello Gurus,

I wonder if you could help me on this, What's the next step to consume a web service based on module function.

Look at the images, My Service is online, but What 's the next step to consume it from .Net Platform?

With transaction SICF I view my service

Double click my service and I can see my service is Active

I load SOAMANAGER and I have create the service

What's the next step to consume it from .Net Application?

Thanks for your help

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2014 at 11:47 PM

    This is an ABAP Forum, your questions should be in a .net forum or look information on how o consume a webservice in .net.

    What I can said to you is that first you should test your WS.

    In the SOAMANAGER, select your service and then Click in the link:

    "Open WSDL document for selected binding"

    this WSDL can be iimported to soapUI or any other software to test Web Service (you should configure the endpoint in soapUI so you should add a valid user and pass to "access" R3).

    If your WS works then you just need to find out how a WS is called in .net.


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