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Problem in Creating a Gateway Service

Hi....I am new to Gateway.I am unable to add a service.Please help me out.

The steps I followed were

First I created the Project "Z_FLIGHT_DETAILS" as a local object.

Next I created an entity type...Right click on Data model->Import->DDIC STRUCTURE. There I entered the ABAP directory "SCARR". Selected the required fields and key.

Then generated the service on clicking the option "generate run time objects".

then navigated to transaction code /IWFND/MAINT_SERVICE and selected "ADD SERVICE". I gave LOCAL as my system alias and gave enter. I am not able to find the service in "activate and maintain services" which I have created.Instead of that it is showing "NO BACKEND SERVICES FOUND".


Please help me with the solution.

Thanks

Haritha

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    Jan 08, 2015 at 12:42 PM

    Hello Haritha,

    is the service name you entered in the service maintenance transaction (on your last screenshot) really Z_FLIGHT_DETAILS or is it called Z_FLIGHT_DETAILS_SRV (_SRV is added to the proposed service name when you generate the runtime objects).

    Please check your name in the Gateway Service Builder (your project -> "Runtime Artifacts").

    You can also check the registration status in the Gateway Service Builder under the node "Service Maintanence" (here you can also register your service directly).

    Regards,

    Florian

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      Hi Marcos,

      as far as I can see from Haritha´s description, the Runtime Artifacts were not generated in SEGW. After modelling and saving the entity type, press the red-white "Generate" icon. This will bring up a popup window where you can basically confirm the settings as they are, if you like:

      After that you should see success messages and in the project tree you there should be entries under "Runtime Artifacts" for you project. Then retry the service registration.

      If that´s not your problem, please post your request which led to the error message in your screenshot.

      Best regards,

      Ringo

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