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Sending Spool pdf to external appliaction via PI sproxy

Hi Experts,

I have a requirement to :

1) Create Adobe from using sfp (customer correspondence)

2) Send created form to customer via email

3) And store the adobe form to Content Management system (a system where all correspondences are stored systemically for future reference) via SAP PI proxy call.

I have completed Part 1 and 2 i.e creating adobe from and sending to customers. But the challenge I am having is to send the pdf to Content Management via PI proxy call.

Do we have any solution to retrieve the pdf from spool and send them as attachement in the PI proxy call.

Any pointer will be very valuable.

Many Thanks

Govind Parmar

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  • Posted on Jul 15, 2016 at 09:06 PM

    I don't understand why you're talking of a spool, if you have already extracted/sent the PDF by mail !?

    For 3) , where do you have an issue? Is it about creating the PI web service (then, you should post to the PI forum), or storing the Relationship between the Customer and the Adobe form (where do you want to store it by the way?), or sending the PDF to the CMS?

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  • Posted on Jul 15, 2016 at 09:16 PM

    Hi Sandra,

    The issue is not creating PI web service, the consuming web service is already created in PI and sproxy has been activated in ECC. The web service has a parameter where we need to attach the created pdf. I would like to know how we can pass the pdf to the web service.

    Not sure if we can either take from the spool or directly when the form is created and pass it to PI proxy.

    Thanks

    Govind

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