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WSDL formats in SAP

Hello

I wanted to ask if anyone knows what WSDL formats I can import to SAP.

I know there are four combinations:

1.RPC/encoded

2.RPC/literal

3.Document/encoded

4.Document/literal

I already know that RPC/literal works fine - i've tried it - it's working.

But I can't import document/literal format - I need to have both: header and body,

and when I declare them in two or more <part /> SAP is showing error.

Please help !

The main questions are:

1) Does SAP import both style formats document and RPC ???

2) And why I can't import document ?

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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 09:10 AM

    Hi Artur,

    did you have a look at questions:

    Does the RPC or Document style in WSDL play a role in the SOAP adapter?

    Can I convert an RPC styled WSDL to a document styled WSDL?"

    from sap note Note 856597 - FAQ: XI 3.0 SOAP Adapter

    Regards,

    michal

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    <a href="/people/michal.krawczyk2/blog/2005/06/28/xipi-faq-frequently-asked-questions"><b>XI / PI FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions</b></a>

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      Ok, I can import both formats:

      - RPC and Document (both literal)

      but I need to declare (and import them to SAP) elements

      that contains body and head

      and for that I need WSDL like this

      <wsdl:message name="loginRequest">

      <wsdl:part name="body_part1" element="tns:part1"/>

      <wsdl:part name="body_part2" element="tns:part2"/>

      <wsdl:part name="header" element="tns:context"/>

      </wsdl:message>

      and while importing WSDL to SAP I get the error:

      - "Proxy generation terminated: Message must have exactly one part"

      How can I import WSDL file that contains both body and header ?

      Is it possible at all ?

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