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Issue with Consuming C4C WSDL in ECC System

Hi,

I have developed SOAP Web Service(on Custom BO) in C4C SDK(QA system), downloaded WSDL & Successfully tested in SOAP UI.

Want to consume this C4C WSDL in ECC system.

My C4C landscape has: C4C QA --> C4C Production.

My ECC Landscape has: ECC Dev--> ECC QA --> ECC Production.

we don’t have a connection between ECC Dev and C4C QA systems, but we have ECC QA to C4C QA.

So how can I develop ABAP Service Consumer Proxy in ECC Dev system.???

I still tried to create Service Consumer proxy in ECC Dev..

T.Code: SE80 --> Package -->Create -->Enterprise Service -->Service Consume -->External WSDL -->Local file -->wsdl upload -->Transport/Prefix --> Complete.

Getting the following error..

Proxy generation: error occurred

Exception occurred in communication framework:Unknown Transport Protocol. C:\C4C\WSOUT.wsdl (Local file path).

Exception of class CX_SLIB

Please help me on the best approach to consume C4C WSDL in ECC for this landscape.

Thank you in advance,

Abdul Kalam.A

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2015 at 08:19 AM

    Hi Abdul Kalam,

    Please refer this link Consuming a Web Service in ABAP | SAP Ignite

    And select local file and browse the WSDL file in consumer proxy generation and also select file based WSDL configuration in logical port creation in SOAMANAGER.

    For this error try changing the file location or download the WSDL file again from C4C and try.

    Thanks,

    Siraj.

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