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Plugins required for creating web service client from a wsdl file

Hello all, I created an RFC enable function module in SAP and was able to generate a wsdl file for it from SAP. What I'm trying to do now is generate the required web service client from the wsdl file so that I can access the function module from outside of the SAP landscape. I'm currently using SunOne Studio version 5 which comes with an application server and a wizard that assists with creating the web service client from the wsdl file.

The problem I have at the moment is that while the wizard trys to generate the required classes it encounters a compilation error with creating the handler class specifically it's trying to call a method getParameters that doesn't exist for the class javax.xml.soap.SoapElement. I have used a validation tool to ensure that my wsdl file is valid. Is there a plugin or library required for generating the client stub for an SAP wsdl file?

Thank you.

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    Posted on Feb 14, 2005 at 04:23 AM

    Hi Yusuf,

    Are you on WebAS 6.40? If so, when you get the WSDL from transaction WSADMIN, remember to choose not to include SAP features. Also make sure your SunOne tool supports the WSDL style you choose (Document or RPC).

    Regards,

    Marc

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