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Help required for ---- Java Client -- XI -- R/3

Hello,

*My Java Client is on Server A. My XI is on server B. I had wsdl (webservice) with me .*

How to call wsdl (webservice) from Java Client that is on Server A to XI that is on server B.

Pls help

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 07, 2008 at 05:11 AM

    Hi Henry ,

    Please expalin the problem bit clearly.PLease specify the following.

    1. whre the WSDL resides is in XI server or in xi server or in any other(R/3) server?

    if you want to call a webservice in R/3 from Java Client through the XI, you have to ...

    Create a scenario with source and target structures( like http to SOAP scenario) and

    Generate a Java proxy from XI server and deploy the Enterprise bean in Server A .So that when ever you made any request from Java Application will automaticaaly processed from the WSDL..

    Please reaward fi it's helpful.

    Thanks and regards,

    Kiran.

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    • Former Member Prateek Raj Srivastava

      Good Morning Prateek,

      I have tested with Altoval XML spy . It is working fine.

      Altoval XML spy (on my local machine) -- XI -- R/3.

      Now instead of xml spy I want java client -- XI -- R/3 with scanerio that javal client is on server A and XI on server B.

      2. For that request parameter (O/B Interface) I have made wsdl (webservice) through XI .

      After making wsdl it ask to save that wsdl.I have saved that wsdl currently

      in my local machine.

      3.How to call this wsdl (webservice) from Java Client that is on Server A to XI that is on server B.

      Pls explain me the all the steps in detail and also send me links/docs for it.

      Regards

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