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How to cal the SOAP service in native android app..?

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I am working in Native android application(java). In that i want to cal the SAP SOAP service in my application. Please suggest some idea as soon as possible.

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  • Posted on Nov 19, 2015 at 11:59 AM

    Please check this documents. it should be useful. SOAP Web service in SAPUI5 and Consume SOAP webservice in SAPUI5

    Kindly let me know if you need any more information.

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  • Posted on Nov 19, 2015 at 01:42 PM

    Hi Vinoth,

    SOAP services can be consumed in Native Android apps via libraries like KSOAP,Let us know if you are having any specific issues related to consumption of SAP specific SOAP services and the system from which the services are coming from , but pretty much it should be like any other SOAP consumption in Native Android apps development.

    You may use Integration Gateway included in SMP 3.0 to convert SOAP services to OData services.

    PS: Please remember that SAP UI5 helps us to develop Web apps/ Hybrid apps but not Native apps.

    Regards

    Virinchy

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  • Posted on Nov 19, 2015 at 02:17 PM

    Hi Vinod,

    Firstly,if this is a general question, itis not related to SAP. You would get better answers to your question if you post it in other forums like stackoverflow.com.

    To answer your question there exists different libraries in the market that you could use in your app to consume SOAP, like the one mentioned by Virinchy.

    If you are using SMP 3, you could use Integration gateway to convert soap to Odata. This feature is provided to get the benefits of SMP.

    If you use SOAP directly in your app you would not get all the benefits of SMP 3, ex. offline.

    Regards, Midhun

    SAP Technology RIG

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