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Acknowledgements between SAP and Webservices systems

Hi , I have integrated a SAP and legacy system ( with webservices ) . I woul dlike to know how i can enchance the integrations with acknowledgements . It would be nice if both the systems know what happened to their sent message. I have gone through the document 'how to handle IDOC acknowledgements' . It only talks about sender and receiver systems being sap systems.

Any design ideas with acknowledgements ? The Syncronous calls are fine cos they get back a response. I would like to know how to deal with IDOC acknowledgemnts and the response from the webservice interface.

Thank you

Sudheer

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2008 at 03:26 PM

    >>It only talks about sender and receiver systems being sap systems.

    No it doesn't talks only about SAP-SAP system.

    the last section(i guess last 2-3 pages) explain acknowledgment in case of legacy-SAP system

    Please check the last section of that .pdf

    Thanx

    aamir

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 08:56 AM

    Thank you

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