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SAP PO web service thru HCI

Hello experts - I have to consume sap PI soap sender web service from HCI using http receiver adapter. sap po web service will have username,e password authentication. I have done the scc config and backend sap po system is reachable for hostname and port connectivity but question is

how do we maintain the remaining part of the sap po url in hci or cloud connector. remaining part i mean after port number starting from XISOAP ADapter to all the way receiver interface name and component. (/XISOAPAdapter/MessageServlet?senderParty=&senderService=BC&receiverParty=&receiverService=∫erface=SOut∫"/> )



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  • Posted on Dec 29, 2017 at 04:18 PM

    Hi TestUser11,

    Once you have registered the virtual mapping for the LAN resource on SCC, that resource will be "marked" in SAP Cloud Platform a a valid hostname. So you can consume it in any way you want. All you need to do is call it just like any other HTTP adapter on the internet. Once SCI (former HCI) calls this virtual hostname, it will forward the request to SCC simply by marking the HTTP adapter as "on-premise" resource. Then SCC knows how to resubmit your request your PO system.

    In essence your HTTP adapter you will maintain the with the full URI. Exemple:


    Here is a blog that shows you how to consume a LAN resource from HCI.


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