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Help: Exposing BAPI's as Web Services in WAS 6.20


I'm very new to WAS and I don't have access to a development environment yet (network issues). I was hoping someone might be able to shed some light on the following:

I'd like to expose certain BAPI's as Web Services in a way that my .NET client can talk SOAP directly to WAS 6.20 (without having to generate proxies). Is this possible?

Also, is there a Web Service Creation Wizard in 6.20 that makes the process of exposing BAPI's simple, similar to the wizard in 6.40? To date I've been able to navigate the BOR and generate WSDL for the BAPI's that I'm interested in however, this doesn't get me all the way there. I'm looking for documentation on how to make the Web Service interface for those BAPI's generally available through WAS.

I'll take anything at this point. Even a pointer to some documentation.



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    Posted on Nov 24, 2004 at 12:12 PM

    Hi Jay,

    Yes, it is possible in Web AS 6.20 to expose BAPIs as Web services. You find the exact documentation of how to do this in the SAP Service Marketplace: Then go to "SOAP Processor" --> "Media Library". However, the wizard that helps you create the Web service is not yet available in 6.20.



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