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Consuming Sharepoint webservice from Abap

Hi, I have a need to access a Sharepoint database from SAP. I am using the search.aspx webservice that sharepoint offers, or at least trying to. I set up an abap proxy from the WSDL that sharepoint supplied (which was not the best WSDL). From my ABAP I need to call the sharepoint service and I am having a little difficulty getting a result back.

Here is the ABAP code I have so far:

DATA: gr_query TYPE REF TO zgms_cycletimeco_query_service,

gs_input TYPE zgms_cycletimequery_soap_in,

gs_output TYPE zgms_cycletimequery_soap_out.

DATA: oref TYPE REF TO cx_root,

text TYPE string,

oref2 TYPE REF TO cx_root,

text2 TYPE string.


CONCATENATE 'get_text( ).


I am trying to retrieve the record that contains HE2009-0624-084648 with no luck.

The error message I get says no results found.

Does anyone know what I am doing wrong? Do I need to specify the field in sharepoint that contains this data?

Thanks in advance,


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    Posted on Oct 20, 2009 at 01:04 PM


    First try to test proxy directly from SE80. to me it seems problem with query xml, perhaps you need to convert it to http (replace "<" tags with http equivalent)

    But test with SE80 and let us know result.,



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