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As one of the moderators for the Enterprise Services Architecture forum, I'd like to say "Welcome!".

We'll help answer your questions and add to your discussions on your experiences around SAP's Enterprise Services Architecture (ESA) and the role it's playing today in the transformation of IT into a serivces delivery organization. If you haven't checked out the new SDN Suite "ESA Today", head on over there now. You can find at the bottom of the "Services" page (or follow the link at the end of my post).

Welcome and enjoy,

Greg

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https://www.sdn.sap.com/sdn/services.sdn?page=esa_welcome.htm

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2004 at 03:55 AM

    Hello, I am trying to use CRM services outside of EP and I am lost in all of this push for EP to do everything. I like all of the ESA initiatives but I still haven't seen a "concrete" document that tells me what web services are available, how to configure them, what their interfaces are, etc, etc. I have a simple desire to run CRM transactions via web service calls from .NET applications. Where can I get concrete information instead of just pretty PowerPoint slides? I am so frustrated by seeing the NetWeaver refrigerator model nicely presented but not elaborated on. For instance, to keep things small, exactly how do I setup and call a "create order" web service in CRM (through Web AS, of course)? I am not using EP nor am I using WebDynPro for this.

    Thanks!

    Brian Trexler

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