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How to access the Custom WSDL service link?

Hi,

As per SAP API Document i can access all standard WSDL files through the WSIL link https://<<host name >>/sap/ap/srt/wsil?saml2=disabled, Same like this is there anyway to dynamically discover all the custom WSDL?

Thanks & Regards

Ram Kamepalli

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  • Jan 10, 2015 at 01:34 AM

    Whoever created the custom web service for you, should have created a communication scenario (CS).

    You can then create your own custom communication arrangement from the CS template and download the WSDL.

    I have used the URL method for standard APIs,  but I find the Service Explorer (in Application & User Mgmt WC)  is much easier to use.


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    • Former Member Ambuja Prabhudessai

      Hi Ambuja,

      Please follow the steps mentioned by Tim.

      Or

      If you have created the communication scenario for your custom solution using SDK than you need to follow these steps :

      1) Go to Application and User Management --> Communication Arrangement.

      2) Once you are in communication arrangement screen click on "New" button.

      3) After click on "New" button new screen open with all the available communication scenario for Standard or custom solution.

      4) Select your custom solution communication scenario and click on "Next" button to move next screen.

      5) In next steps select your system instance ID(Communication System) and again click on Next.

      6) After click on "Next" we can able to see the next screen for communication method and Inbound / Outbound basic setting. Under that screen click on "Edit Advance Setting" for detail information about web service and its url now click on Next Review it and Finish the communication arrangement.

      7) After Finish it open that communication arrangement and download the web service using "Download WSDL button.

      Regards,

      Mithun