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DI Server and IIS on different physical Servers

Hi all,

I'm pretty new to this topic regarding Web-Services and DI-Server.

We are trying to build a solution which enables a customer to change BP-data through the internet.

In the DI-Server Sample program from SAP I've found a reference to the SBODI_Server.dll.

Now at customer projects it will be most likely the case, that the IIS Server will be on the other side of the firewall than the SBO Server. Which means, the webservice will be running on another physical server than the DI- Server.

How do I have to install the different components on the servers and how do I have to define the addressing on my webservice to connect to DI Server?

Any tips appreciated

Regards,

Marcel

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    Posted on Mar 03, 2005 at 10:41 AM

    Hi Marcel,

    Have you considered implementing a Web Service layer that runs on the server where DI Server is installed. This layer would take care of interacting with the DI Server. The IIS application that is located in the DMZ could then access this intermediate layer without having to worry or even know about the underlying DI Server installation.

    Henry

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    Posted on Mar 03, 2005 at 11:02 AM

    Hi Henry

    First, thanks for your input.

    Actually this was my "backup" plan. I just wondered if there is another possibility of interacting with DI-Server.

    With a more direct solution I wouldn't have to install additional programs on different servers. Just an IIS Installation package would do the job then.

    But if there's no other way i will do it as you proposed.

    Marcel

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