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How to test webservices - what url i have to give to call as webservice ?

Hi Friends ,

I haev done a scenario like SOAP Request to RFC . RFC will give the response back .

Using the Tools --> Define webservices in ID . I have defined the webservice . It has produced the WSDL File .

I have tested in Altova XML Spy . It is accepting the input and responds back .

Our techical guys asking the URL for calling the webservice .

I have WSDL file . Then what else i have to do . While i was defining the webservice it asked me the URL . i have given the url like

<b>http://xidev:port/XISOAPAdapter/MessageServlet?channel=:BS_CHECK_SOAP:CC_Check_SOAP_Sender</b>

Can you please tell me how to handle this ?

Best Regards .,

V.Rangarajan

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  • Posted on Jun 18, 2007 at 06:14 AM
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    • Hi ,

      My scenario is like Through stand alone java application I want to call the Webservice and get back the result .

      As i specified. I did the scenarion using SOAP Sender Adapter and RFC Receiver adapter . using Tools--> define Webservices i have defined the webservice it gives me the WDSL file .

      Requet --- > SOAP < -- > xi <--- > RFC

      I have tested that using ALtovaXML Spy it is accepting the request and give back the response .

      How to call that web service using stand alone java applications ?

      If we are using WebDynapro we handle this . But how can we handle through stand alone java applications . What url i have to give to that java guys ?

  • Posted on Jun 18, 2007 at 06:19 AM

    <i>Our techical guys asking the URL for calling the webservice .

    I have WSDL file . Then what else i have to do . While i was defining the webservice it asked me the URL . i have given the url like

    http://xidev:port/XISOAPAdapter/MessageServlet?channel=:BS_CHECK_SOAP:CC_Check_SOAP_Sender</i>

    >>>>

    Ref: /people/shabarish.vijayakumar/blog/2008/01/08/troubleshooting--rfc-and-soap-scenarios-updated-on-20042009

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 02:47 PM

    Hi All,

    Go to the Transaction code WSADMIN. You can see a list of the Web Services there under SOAP Application for RFC-Compliant FMs . Select the particular webservice and Go to Web Service-> Web Service Homepage in the menu bar.

    It will take you the Web Service Navigator. Where you can test the web service.

    In case you know the WSDL Definition.Directly go to WSADMIN and go to Web Service-> Web Service Homepage in the menu bar. And specify the WSDL url. Once you provide the authentication the webservice can be tested there.

    To know the WSDL definition , Click the select the particular webservice and go to Web Service-> WSDL and select RPC style , which will open the browser and give you the WSDL URL.

    Regards,

    Karthik

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