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How to find the Function Module, based on which the Webservice is created

Dear all,

I have few webservices,with their wsdl file (ABAP based), I can see all the webservices that are released in the TCODE WSADMIN.

What I want to know is from which functional modules does these webservices are created

Can u help

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    Posted on Oct 16, 2007 at 02:38 PM

    Hi,

    Go to transaction SPROXY... Go to your name space and click the message interface of your webservice. It will show you the ABAP class and method which implements the logic. By the way the webservice implementation is done in ABAP class method, not in FM.

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    Dhana

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2007 at 04:08 PM

    hi,

    go to SE80, choose edit object, select Tab Enterprise Services, choose Enterprise Service, enter the name of your service, hit enter and find anything you need about your service, including the endpoint type (in your case RFC) and of course the name of the FM.

    have fun, anton

    ps: forget the SPROXY stuff.

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2007 at 08:51 AM

    Hi,

    If this question is not answered by my reply, plz tell me what exactly you want to know. Let me help.

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