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How to Consume standard c4c web service in c4c

Hi all.

I have a requirement where i want to call ManageMaterialIn service in ABSL .

I created an External Service Integration in my solution and imported the standard WSDL of the ManageMaterialIn . I also created a communication scenario and arrangement in my solution . But when i test service i get the error " A technical error occurred AP-RC-BDS-WS." . And i have no idea how to write code in ABSL to call standard inbound service.

So , my question is Is there any way to consume standard web service in c4c?.

Best Regards.


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    Oct 03, 2017 at 06:16 AM


    Check the following video. Although it says external webservice, the instructor actually illustrated consuming a C4C webservice in C4C to illustrate the concept. Hopefully this will answer all of your questions. It also shows the coding needed 17:50

    SAP Cloud Dev: Integration – 4 – Invoke External Web ServiceVideo-Link
    You learn how to consume an external SOAP web service (provided by an external application) with SAP Cloud Applications Studio.

    Hope this helps



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  • Sep 19, 2017 at 02:55 PM

    Hi Qiang,

    Please follow the blogs below, they should help guide you. The best way is to use a tool like SOAPUI to initially test this out.

    What is the reasoning for using ABSL to call ManageMaterialIn as opposed to PI/HCI or some other integration platform such as Mulesoft or Tibco?

    Getting started with C4C web services.

    How to test any Cloud webservice using soapUI – part 1 & 2



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    • Former Member

      Hi Grayson,

      While creating communication scenario , there is a SAP Inbound Service option . I don't know how to use it , so i wander if there is anyway to call C4C standard service in ABSL . Do you know what's the meaning of this option ?



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