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get service provider payload

Hi experts,

I'm providing a webservice based on a function group and differnt functions within to process data within a Solman system. Also I am able to consume a webservice from an external system. For the consumer I am able to get the payload data following the hints from the help page

Querying the Payload - Creating and Configuring Service Providers and Service Consumers - SAP Library.

Now, I also would like to get the payload data from the incoming request. I tried it as the help page states using the

method GET_PAYLOAD_HANDLER. But system responses with "Zxxx is not a class/interface"...

Can anyone give me some advise?

Thanks & regards, RP

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  • Posted on Jul 20, 2016 at 01:03 PM

    In the link of the sap Library you mentioned, the sample code is about "independently of a proxy instance" ; we usually query it using a proxy instance as follows (no need of a class) as (almost correctly) explained in other sap Library page :

    DATA: 
     lo_clientProxy TYPE REF TO co_clientProxy, 
     lo_payload_protocol TYPE REF TO if_wsprotocol_payload 
     lo_payload        TYPE REF TO if_ws_payload. 
    CREATE OBJECT lo_clientProxy. 
    *Get Protocol Class Using Method GET_PROTOCOL 
     lo_payload_protocol ?=  
     lo_clientProxy->get_protocol( if_wsprotocol=>payload ). 
    CALL METHOD lo_clientProxy->execute_synchronous 
     EXPORTING output  = ls_request 
     IMPORTING input   = ls_response. 
    *Use Protocol Methods 
     lo_payload = lo_payload_protocol->get_sent_request_payload( ). 
    
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