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Enterprise Services Queries

Hi All,

All of us know about enterprise services. I've few queries regarding that......

1) Can I access Enterprise Services without CE 7.1 or PI 7.1?

If no, it is mentioned that SAP has delivered some

enterprise serevies in 2006 also, then how they were

consumed at that time?

2) Who is providing the implementation for these services?

SAP or partners or customers?

3) Can we define a new enterprise service? If yes, any certification is required?

Technology------>

4) How these services would be impllemented ABAP or JAVA?

5) Is the tecnology for accessing/consuming enterprise services is same as web services?( soap,xml,http,wsdl)

Waiting for the answers.

Regards,

Piyush

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    Posted on Jan 22, 2008 at 02:52 PM

    Piyush,

    probably cud answer a few.

    >>1) Can I access Enterprise Services without CE 7.1 or PI 7.1?

    If no, it is mentioned that SAP has delivered some

    enterprise serevies in 2006 also, then how they were

    consumed at that time? Yes, you can. not sure how.

    2) Who is providing the implementation for these services?

    SAP or partners or customers? as of now. no one..yet to release in market. SAP themselves would be the best option though

    3) Can we define a new enterprise service? If yes, any certification is required?

    Technology------> Not sure

    4) How these services would be impllemented ABAP or JAVA?

    Same as pi 7.0..using both

    5) Is the tecnology for accessing/consuming enterprise services is same as web services?( soap,xml,http,wsdl) Yes

    Vishal

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      You can access enterpriseservices without CE7.1. Just have the add-on ES bundle (refer t he ES woekplace sysem - quick search) in yur Abap stack.

      SAP Enterprise services provided by SAP. You can service enable your aplications .(do a quick seaarch in SDN).

      You cann define a service. If it needs to be a Enterprise Service, you need to follow the business semantics and other open standards. (Refer the Enterprise Architecture Framework, refer the Top-down approach, else it would merely be a web service.) Proper governance and service stability has to be maintained for an Enterprise service.

      For more details please do a quick searach in the SDN library.

      Regards,

      Anto.

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    Posted on Jan 24, 2008 at 05:30 AM

    I will try to answer some..

    1) Can I access Enterprise Services without CE 7.1 or PI 7.1?

    Yes, you can. You need to add the built ins

    2) Who is providing the implementation for these services?

    These enterprise services are designed to be used universally so the implementation is based on the requirments of the company

    these are completely based on client requirments if client wants to add some service he will first check the built in services if it is not satisfied the Client Provides the implementation for these services

    So the implementation completely based on the client requirments but it would be better if SAP provides implementation of these services

    3) Can we define a new enterprise service? If yes, any certification is required?

    You can I dono abt technology

    4) How these services would be impllemented ABAP or JAVA?

    Same as pi 7.0..using both

    5) Is the tecnology for accessing/consuming enterprise services is same as web services?( soap,xml,http,wsdl)

    Yes

    Shiva

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    Posted on Jan 25, 2008 at 12:14 PM

    Hi Piyush,

    I am taking abt the plugins

    By installing these plugins we can directly access the webservices

    These plugins are XML files more specifically WSDL files

    Shiva

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    Posted on Jan 25, 2008 at 12:17 PM

    Hi again,

    Let me tel you more clearly

    When you create Enterprise webservice we will get a definition file which is a XML file which is called WSDL - Web service definition language file

    once you get this wsdl file we will be able to acces the webservice universally any where

    Shiva

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      Hi Anton,

      Any idea about the release of PI 7.1 or CE 7.1 for alfha use?

      And currently, how can we access the ES from workplace. Need to know that if we have got the WSDL, connection is established, but what data to pass as these services are implemented by SAP.

      So, all the users who are partners or customers and accessing ES workplace are passing junk or test data? Can you make me more clear on that.

      Regards,

      Piyush

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