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Cannot generate proxy (object missing in WSDL, see long text)

Cannot generate proxy (object missing in WSDL, see long text)

Posted: May 4, 2005 7:25 AM Reply E-mail this post

Hi guys

I am using the web services runtime in WAS 6.40 to generate client proxy objects.

I am trying to resolve this error i get for the Amazon EC4.0 WSDL.

The question is how to deal with the limitations of the ABAP proxy generator when it enounters elements that have not been catered for in the programming.I guess it is due to SAP not having a way to configure a mapping in the WAS proxy runtime.

Does anyone know how to fix this?

The client i protying for does not have XI.

I don't think pulling the problem elements out of the WSDL document is feasible as it may mess up the interface.service.

Also how do you edit WSDL documents without casing syntax errors on re importation?

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    Posted on Jun 01, 2007 at 09:06 AM

    Hi Marcus,

    Did you fix the problem?

    I'm asking because I'm dealing with the same problem! I tried to generate a Proxy object from a WSDL document and I can't... I always receive the error "Cannot generate proxy (object missing in WSDL, see long text)". I have checked on the service.sap.com and I found a xls document with all unsupported WSDL elements and one of them is the "part name=" and I have it in my WSDL! I don't know how to workaround this issue, can you help me please?

    Thanks in advance,

    Ricardo.

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