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Webservice in ABAP


I have created an rfc function module, and created the webservice from the utitlities tab in se37 which took me to a wizard. The webservice creation is done. After that i went to se80 activated them and then went to WSCONFIG, took the url from there and in the utilities-->settings->BSP the default host is given.

Adding http://default host/URL from WSCONFIG i tried in IE but i couldn't see anything. What could be the error. please suggest.


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  • Posted on Aug 20, 2007 at 10:39 PM

    You may test your web service by using transaction WSADMIN. In this transaction, you can view the WSDL file as well as lauch the Web Services Home Page which has the Test functionality. This test functionality will allow you to pass parameters to the operations and recieved the response. You will need to have a J2ee engine somewhere in your landscape in order to use this Web Service Home Page. Do you know if your system is a dual stack system(abap and java)? If so, then you are all set, but you may need to define the j2ee engine which you want to use, which can also be done in this transaction.


    RIch Heilman

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    • <i>My systems seems to be a dual stack system. Becasue i worked on BSP's and now webservices</i>

      To be clear, just because you can work with BSPs and web services, does not mean that you are dual stack, BSPs and webservices run on the ABAP side. Anyway, you appear to have a dual stack if you were able to go to the Web Service Home Page to test your WS.

      Not sure how you would handle reading an email and creating a business object inside SAP. I think you can do this using IFbA(Interactive Forms by Adobe).


      Rich Heilman