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Publish Function Group as SOAP Web Service

In previous versions of SAP it was easy to mark a function module as RFC-enabled and, when the function group was generated as an enterprise web service, it was automatically visible in SICF under.

Our older function groups are still available and we get a functioning WSDL if we do this:

[This article|] describes the easy process we are used to.

However, all new function groups generate useless services with no bindings:

We've tried various things in SOAMANAGER but not found out how to create the bindings or understood why this extra work is even required. When we click "Display selected Binding's WSDL URL" we get "Error: No data for binding key """ but there is no "create binding" or list of bindings. What to do?

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    Posted on Sep 13, 2011 at 07:11 PM


    Try this:

    Run SOAMANAGER transaction. Goto 'Business Administration' tab -> Web Service Administration. Now here in 'Search pattern' field enter the name of the webservice you've created and click on 'Go' button.

    Now select your web service that appears below and click on 'Apply selection'.

    From the screen that appears in bottom, go to 'Configurations' tab and check whether a service has been already created or not.

    If not, click on 'Create Service' and create a new service making the necessary configurations.

    Hope this works


    Mahesh M.S.

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