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URL of the WSDL document missing from Enterprise Service


my scenario is BW==>PI==>CRM7.0. where CRM is a service provider.

In transaction SPROXY in CRM I can see the service I need, but under WSDL tab I can only find wsdl definition without the URL address. Service does not come in any SOAmanager screen either.

I need to call this service from PI, but without URL can't create Communication Channel.

Is there anything that can be done about it? Anything I've missed?

Since this is a pre ramp-up release I contacted SAP but I'm still waiting for their answer.

Maybe someone had similar problem and knows the answer, any suggestions will be appreciated.


Krystyna Rokicka

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  • Posted on Dec 15, 2010 at 05:50 AM


    If you are using an ABAP Proxy to connect BW and PI, then there is no need for a sender communication channel. You also need to have an SM59 connection of type H that is pointing to the PI system.

    Hope this helps,


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    Posted on Dec 15, 2010 at 06:40 AM

    Thanks Mark for quick answer,

    I was referring to the PI==>CRM connection that requires PI calling standard EService in CRM. I was testing this service in CRM transaction sproxy. But this service as opose to many others does not the URL address.

    Something is missing or I,m not doing the right thing.



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    • Hello,

      In that case, you need to create an XI adapter comm channel that will point to the CRM system (not really sure if there are other approaches, but this one is working for us). You could try this config:

      Host: CRMhostname/IP

      Port: CRM port

      Path: /sap/xi/engine?type=entry

      Let me know if this works,


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