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Implementing an ESR Enterprise Service in Ecc 6.0

Hi experts,

I've finish to model my Enterprise Service in the ES Builder. So, now i want to implement that service in the ECC 6.0. How can i do that o what do i need ? I think that i have to configure an Abap proxy is that ok?

I need information please!!!!!!

Thanks for all.

Hope you can help me.

Regards.

Diego.

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2008 at 04:53 PM

    Hi guys, i solved my problem.

    The thing is that you can`t implement an enterprise service directly from the ESR to any Ecc 6.0 ( some kind of publication ). You have to model this service in the ESR and then you can implement from the Ecc 6.0 with a conection between both enviroments.

    hope it`s clear.

    Thanks for all.

    Diego.

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    Posted on Oct 14, 2008 at 07:13 AM

    Hi Diego ,

    How did yo kake the connection betweern ECC 6.0 and ESB .

    I am unable to get the connection established..

    Can you help me in this aspect?

    I have a landscape which does not have pi7.1.

    Thnaks and regards

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