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Consume .NET WCF service in SAP

Experts,

We are trying to consume .NET WCF service in SAP CRM EHP2 via proxy creation (SE80).

But we end up getting an error while generating proxy in SAP system using WCF WSDL.

Cannot generate proxy (object <portType name="CoreXmlPort"> missing in WSDL, see long text)

Message no. SPRX084

Background

During proxy generation, an interface description in WSDL format is fetched from the Enterprise Services Builder or from another source and interpreted. This WSDL document must describe the whole interface correctly.

I have also looked into various OSS Notes and SCN , But couldn't figure out exact root cause of the error.

Any help would be really appreciated.

Thank you very much

Regards

Shan

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  • Posted on Apr 26, 2016 at 08:12 AM

    Hi Shan,

    looks like the WSDL is incomplete/incorrect. You should show this error ("object <portType name="CoreXmlPort"> missing") to the creator of the WSDL.

    Best Regards, Ulrich

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      Hi Ulrich,

      Thank you for your response.

      After implementing OSS note 1969140, object missing in WSDL error is eliminated.

      Then, I used report RSSIDL_DESERIALIZE_DEMO to validate WSDL but getting an "unknown name space error".


      Looks like there is an issue with WCF WSDL and am checking with .Net Team.

      Keep you posted if any solution is found.

      Thanks

      Shan

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