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IDOC --> WS --> IDOC

Hi all,

As per my scenario requirement, the IDOC from R/3 has to hit the WebService and the response from WebService should be given to another IDOC in the same R/3.

Is this scenario possible? If so, give me the solution how to design it.

Regards

Krishna.

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 05:15 AM

    Hi krishna,

    it is possible simply , you go for BPM.

    scenario will be like Idoc -- Xi-- soap(request)-soap(response)-Xi --idoc

    you can do it without BPM also. but BPM is a good option.

    hope this will help, for more plz post.

    regards

    HONEY

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  • Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 04:59 AM

    Hi Krishna,

    >>Is this scenario possible?If so, give me the solution how to design it.

    Yes... This can be done using the BPM.

    Inside the BPM receive the IDoc and make a synchronous call to the webservice and map the response to the receiver IDoc.

    Another option would to make a webservice call from the UDF..

    This Blog would help u..

    <a href="/people/bhavesh.kantilal/blog/2006/11/20/webservice-calls-from-a-user-defined-function Calls From a User Defined Function</a> By Bhavesh Kantilal

    Regards

    San

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  • Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 05:05 AM

    considering that you dont have to build your mapping logic for the response of the WS to the Receiver Idoc, the best soluton i can suggest is to make it a asyn sync scenario. the below link will show you how to proceed. Just replace the File part with the Idoc and the rfc part with your WS.

    /people/arpit.seth/blog/2005/06/27/rfc-scenario-using-bpm--starter-kit

    It can be achieved without BPM also -

    file---rfc---file-without-a-bpm---possible-from-sp

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