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Couldn't create a Model using Web Services

Hello Members,

I have generated a WSDL file from XI and saved to my local disk. Now I wanted to Create a Model in my Dynpro Application and Import the existing Web Services that's present in my disk.But after following all the steps properly and importing the file,it's neither creating the Model,nor the packages.But if I go to create the new model with the same name and package, it's not allowing me to do so.It's saying "The package is not empty".

What may be the reason? What can I do?

Please suggest.

Sugata

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    Posted on Aug 03, 2006 at 08:47 AM

    Hi,

    Are you using NW04s? Which SP? If it's SP>6, then you should be using "Adaptive Web Services Model". The normal "Web Services Model" has been deprecated in NW04s.

    Regards,

    Satyajit.

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      Saravanan,

      Thanks for your effort,but my problem doesn't lay there..I have to give new package name since with old package name it will not allow me to go to the next step....I think the problem is with the WSDL which is being created from XI..

      Sugata

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    Posted on Aug 03, 2006 at 09:18 AM

    Sugata,

    Try to import WSDL using WSNavigator (http://server:port/wsnavigator).

    What kind of error is reported?

    VS

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