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If I want to create ws for an existing application, does this existing application must be an EJB or a WebDynpro ?

Can I create a ws for a Dynpage application ?

What is the best thing to do ?


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    Posted on Dec 29, 2004 at 11:58 AM


    Generally, SAP Netweaver allows you to automatically make portal services available as webservices.

    If you do not use portal services, but have an EJB, the best is probably to install the EJB on SAP J2EE and create a new webservice which is just a proxy to your EJB (i.e. just forwards the webservice calls to the EJB). For information on how to call EJB's on SAP J2EE see invoking-an-ejb-from-a-ep6sp6-portal-component

    I am not sure of the dynpage structure, but you should be able to do something similar.

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