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Sep 26, 2017 at 11:22 PM

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Dear Experts,

I want to integrate C4C services and SolMan incident management. All tickets for employees created in C4C need to be replicated to SolMan. I followed the next blog How to create incidents in Solution Manager 7.1 from the external application .... The response from the web service will be saved in a custom field and I will be passing the ticket created in C4C for updating Status . The document will be blocked in C4C and only will be handled in SolMan. Only status will be updated in C4C from SolMan. I really appreciate if you can tell me the best approach for achieving this requirement. I already triggered the service from "soapui" and I needed to set some fields mandatory. According to me the big steps will be:

  1. Expose the service in SAP PO
  2. Invoke the External the web service in C4C and triggered when ticket is created
  3. Save the response-incident created in solman
  4. Enhance the service in solman to update status in C4C ticket

Best Regards

David C.

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Horst Schaude
Sep 27, 2017 at 11:48 AM
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Hello David,

W.r.t. the WebService integration :

  • You may trigger the WebService from the BeforeSave event of the ticket.
    Please make sure that this is an asynchronous WebService.
  • More information about WebService can be found at section 7.2.5.1.19 WebService Utilities and the resp. links in the SDK documentation.

HTH,
. Horst

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Hello Horst,

Thank you so much for all your inputs... The service is synchronous.... Do you think I might have problems with these type o services?? Are they supported??

Regards

David C.

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Hello David,

The WebServices are supported.

But imagine what will happen:

  • The user press Save
  • The WebService is called and the system waits for response.....
  • The user waits too...
  • Depending on the time spend this can be disappointing :-(

If the real-time is not required you may schedule a Mass Data Run (MDR) which runs on a dedicated schedule and collects all Tickets which are not replicated.

HTH,
. Horst

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