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Create client dependant Web service with the web service browser

On WAS 6.20 one can create web services with

the web service browser. How can you route the web

service to a specific client on a system. Say you

have 2 clients in system SID and you want web service

A access client 100 and web service B access client 200.

The generated wsdl-file by the web-broser doesn't contain

any client specific entries.

Thanks for your help.

Kind regards

Christof Johner

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2005 at 02:45 PM

    In the WSDL consuming tool, just add to the end of the web reference the parameter sap-client. The following is an example URL:

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    • Christof,

      One idea that is (hopefully!) going to work, is to mangle the client into the URL. Read: BSP In-Depth: URL Mangling. To create such a string to mangle in, consider to start any BSP application in client 010, and just cut and paste the BSP mangling into your XMLSpy URL. You can also look at BSP application decode_url/encode.htm if you want to write your own mangling.

      Their is of course no guarantee. At least at ICM and ICF layers this should work. For the web service I think yes, but it might depend on how they determine internally the called URL.


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