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Hi folks it is a bit challenging "One"

Hi Talented folks,

Can you please solve the following problem.

ECC6 -


> MS CRM

No middleware (separate box) , we can configure on ECC6(PI/XI). I have given WSDL file with extensions. ABAP proxy is not supporting this WSDL format. What are the possible ways to connect these two systems (P2P). Which one is fesiable.

Cheers

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 01:06 PM

    have a transformation step using bpm that would put the data in the wsdl structure.

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      Hi mate,

      You are really top man. can you please give me one more solution to my prob.

      ECC6 <--


      > (web services ) <--


      > MS CRM

      how to connect there three. please let me know the best solution.

      I need to fetch webservices from ECC 6 to get data from MS CRM.

      Please bit urgent mate.

      Cheers

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 01:01 PM

    Hello Roger,

    Of course it depends what causes the trouble in the WSDL exactly,

    I can only guess but maybe there are some xsd types in the WSDL that are currently not supported by ABAP Proxy Generation.

    we can configure on ECC6(PI/XI)

    As it seems you have a XI or PI installation available, you can try let your ECC call the Web Service in the MS CRM through XI and let XI transform the Messages to a format that works for generating your ABAP Proxy.

    Do you see the error that is thrown during trying to generate?

    With best regards

    Sebastian

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