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XI 3.0 Import WSDL

Hello,

I import a WSDL-File (http://www.xmethods.com/ve2/ViewListing.po?key=uuid:D784C184-99B2-DA25-ED45-3665D11A12E5). This works pretty fine.

But in the Integration Builder Design, only the response message is shown, the request is missing.

I also checked the file for validation and generated java stubs, all is fine.

Any ideas what could be wrong?

Regards,

Werner

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  • Posted on Jul 12, 2004 at 03:28 PM

    > I import a WSDL-File

    > But in the Integration Builder Design, only the

    > response message is shown, the request is missing.

    Hi Werner,

    this is a bug. Applay the newest support package to your system.

    Regards

    Stefan

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Werner,

      for what kind of scenario did you need to import the wsdl document?

      I am also playing around with the wsdl topic, and I want to initiate a call of an external web service (I took the same like you) by an abap proxy. So this is what I did:

      1. Imported the wsdl as external defintion in the integration repository

      2. Created an synchronous outbound message interface for this service and with the messages defined externally

      3. Tried to create an abap proxy, but this failed because of some problems in the defintion.

      Nevertheless I still don't understand how to implement the whole process from calling and receiving an answer of the webservice throught XI.

      Even if the abap proxy generation will work in the future, what did you else configure in the integration design, who is the receiver of the proxy call? I can't define an inbound interface for an external web sevice, can I? So do I have to implement a SOAP receiver adapter with the URL of the webservice as target? But if this is correct, to what business system do I have to assign this adapter?

      It would be great, if you could give me some hints, or maybe some links for further information regarding this topic. Right now I am working on my thesis, and I have to implement a "nice" scenario in XI.

      Thank you very much,

      Oliver