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Easier option for invoking external webservice

Hi,

what is the easy way to test invoking a nonSAP webservice (to which we give request and expect response).

i did file to soap scenario using bpm,

and i used file to soap using adapter module.

but both are bit lengthy procedure to check if we can invoke the webservice thru PI.

is there any other mechanism, or any other adapters that we can use to send the request and get the response from nonSAP webservice provider.

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    Posted on Aug 08, 2009 at 10:24 PM

    If you just want to test the service, then file 2 soap is fine.

    Set file adapter quality of service to Best effort, you see request and response in XSMB_MONI.

    There is no BPM needed.

    Regards

    Stefan

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  • Posted on Aug 08, 2009 at 11:17 AM

    hi,

    >>>is there any other mechanism, or any other adapters that we can use to send the request and get the response from nonSAP webservice provider.

    not anything that would not involve using adapters...

    >>>but both are bit lengthy procedure to check if we can invoke the webservice thru PI.

    but they both take less then 30 mins to develop & check (without a BPM even less)...

    Regards,

    Michal Krawczyk

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    Posted on Aug 08, 2009 at 10:18 PM

    Hi Madhu,

    As michal said mapping mandatory fields and sending the request and getting the reponse using soap or http adapter should not take much time. (until unless you know what all are mandatory fields --- You may need some functional help here)

    Regards,

    ---Satish

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