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Using EP 6.0 SP2 UME Webservice from Web Dynpro

After importing the UME Web Service of an EP 6.0 SP2 installation, I am getting parsing errors during deserialization of the response, when calling the GetUser0() web service method on the model.

The error message reads as follows :

Service call exception; nested exception is: com.sap.engine.services.webservices.jaxrpc.exceptions.XmlUnmarshalException: XML Deserialization Error. XML is not valid. Node <DisplayName> child of <response> not described in Schema

Apparently the response tag <DisplayName> is not recognized as part of the Schema the proxy is using. Is this a bug in the proxy generator. Has anybody had similar problems. Are there known limitations on the use of External Web Services in a Web Dynpro scenario when using Netweaver Developer Workplace at patch level 2.0.8 (Netweaver stack level 05). ?

Thanks in advance for your input.

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  • Posted on Nov 02, 2004 at 06:19 PM

    Hi,

    from my point of view the response does not fit to the WSDL of the web service.

    I had similar problems with other web services, and the only solution I found was to adjust the WSDL to the real response and to reimport the model after that.

    Best regards

    Jochen

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