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RFC to soap with attachment

Hi all,

I need to implement a synchronous scenario where an R/3 system sends data via RFC to an external system that expects it in the format of soap with attachment. Then the external system responds with soap message without attachment.

My main concern is how to create a soap attachment from payload that I get from the RFC sender adapter.

I would appreciate any your suggestion how to implement this scenario. If possible, I would prefer to avoid using java modules and BPM, since I am not very skilled with them.

Thanks Janos.

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    Posted on Mar 30, 2009 at 02:58 AM

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    > Hi all,

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    > I need to implement a synchronous scenario where an R/3 system sends data via RFC to an external system that expects it in the format of soap with attachment. Then the external system responds with soap message without attachment.

    > My main concern is how to create a soap attachment from payload that I get from the RFC sender adapter.

    > I would appreciate any your suggestion how to implement this scenario. If possible, I would prefer to avoid using java modules and BPM, since I am not very skilled with them.

    >

    > Thanks Janos.

    well i think your darkest fears just came true ... the only option here is to write a module to create the attachments for you. The trick is once the module create the attachment, you need to check the option keep attachments in the SOAP receiver CC.

    How to create modules -

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/3bdc14e1-0901-0010-b5a9-a01e29d75a6a

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