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Is SDI suitable for complex WS (SOAP) integration?

Hello,

I was wondering if SDI is suitable for creating complex integration with SOAP Web-services?

By "complex" I mean integration with the receipt of a token from the web service and its use in further operations of requesting information from the ws and in operations like login\logout?

I know how to do this integration in SAP PI or SAP BPM but SDI is new for me and I need some help.

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  • Feb 06 at 01:39 PM

    Hi Sergey,

    Were you able to find out a solution for this kind of integration you were trying to do?

    Now, I am facing a similar problem, where I have to consume data through .WSDL file (soap) which has many different services available (like login and logout).

    For instance, first I should log in using a service called login(), next with the session id provided by it early, execute other services like query ().

    This scenario is similar to that one you work out? SDI is really a good solution?

    I'd appreciate any insights.

    Best Regards,

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  • Apr 03 at 09:47 AM

    Please, check note 2441826 - BW4SL - Web Service Source Systems

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