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hi sap,

i have requirment on WEBMETHODS. i have never used the webmethods... can any one help me please.

we have a excel file whcich is in diffrent box they send that file vai EMAIL and here one of our business modifies that file and gives it to BASIS to upload. so there is human intervension where auditors dont need that .

we came up with a solution of WEBMETHODS to upload the file to SAP.

but my worry is i have never done and dont no how it works. please if anyone can give me the clear picture of how it works and what i need to do then i will of great help.

thanking you,

pasala.

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2009 at 03:27 PM

    Well, you'll need to be a bit more specific. Do you mean 'webMethods', as in the company that provides integration products or do you actually mean web services in general?

    WHY did you decide on 'WEBMETHODS'? Surely, if there was a decision made, then the reason for the decision provides the key to the direction you need to take. Why do you need this for file uploads anyway? Where are the files stored and what is the 'to-be' process that you decided upon? Why doesn't the person that modifies the file upload it?

    If your company uses webMethods integration products, then you should have plenty of documentation. On the SAP-side, you will consume web services exposed by the application. There are step-by-step procedures for consuming web services in the help files.

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      hi Brad,

      am so happy to look at the reply... and thank you.

      now currently whats happening is...

      1. from diff box file on excel sheet is given to business.

      1a. he modifies the file and saves it to TEXT file and gives it to BASIS to upload.

      1b. the basis uploads the file.

      2. but there is a human intervention to the file where the auditors dont want that.

      3. we wanted to use FTP but they dont want to use it instead they want us to use WEBMETHODS

      5. the file comes via EMAIL.

      i too dont know to be frank how it works and the process of the flow.

      your input is really appriciated.

      thank you,

      pasala.

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2009 at 08:36 AM

    can i have some help pls

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  • Posted on Nov 19, 2009 at 06:32 AM

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    > we have a excel file whcich is in diffrent box

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    > we came up with a solution of WEBMETHODS to upload the file to SAP.

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    > but my worry is i have never done and dont no how it works. please if anyone can give me the clear picture of how it works and what i need to do then i will of great help.

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    Try to make the file in other server is accessible to webmethods, you might have to create an RFC to let webmethods access that server and get that file.

    or using FTP commands access the file from SAP program and GET the file to ABAP and using open dataset write the file to application server (al11) and let webmethods pick that file from application server. I am sure webmethods already has file adapter ready to pick the file.

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