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IDOC to SOAP Scenario

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Scenario is IDOC to SOAP.

As there is SOAP as a receiver side I asked to client to provide me WSDL file so that I can import into my PI. But Client sent me a BAPI structure instead of WSDL file.

So I want to ask is this posible to implement receiver SOAP using BAPI.

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Dheeraj Kumar

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  • Posted on Feb 07, 2012 at 11:53 AM

    Hi,

    >>>>So I want to ask is this posible to implement receiver SOAP using BAPI.

    no - if it's SOAP you should receive a WSLD instead

    why don't you use an RFC adapter (to call BAPI) instead of SOAP ?

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    Michal Krawczyk

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    • Hi,

      >>>Receiver side is portal so how come I can use RFC adapter?

      portal has nothing to do with bapis - it's a display later for documents from the backend system (if we're talking about SAP)

      so instead of doing a SOAP call you can use RFC adapter to connect directly to the "BAPI" engine - which is ERP

      if you want to use SOAP - you need a WSDL - but the WSDL can be generated from BAPI too (keep that in mind)

      Regards,

      Michal Krawczyk

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2012 at 12:07 PM

    is this posible to implement receiver SOAP using BAPI

    no that is not possiable because in Soap receiver communication channel, we have to provide the Soap url

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