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Regarding proxy coding

Hi experts,

where exactly we have to write the code in SPROXY transaction for client proxy and server proxy?

for triggering client proxy we need to write a report in SE38.

is there any other way to trigger client proxy or through SE38 only?

already i have seen many blogs in sdn.but i couldn't under stand regarding coding in sproxy or se38 or se24

http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/XI/ABAPClientProxytoABAPServerProxy+Scenario

http://www.saptechnical.com/Tutorials/XI/ABAPClientProxy/page1.htm

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    Feb 09, 2012 at 05:08 AM

    where exactly we have to write the code in SPROXY transaction for client proxy and server proxy?

    for triggering client proxy we need to write a report in SE38.

    is there any other way to trigger client proxy or through SE38 only?

    step1:

    sproxy:

    here we only generate the ABAP proxies(Client & Server)

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/14/555f3c482a7331e10000000a114084/content.htm

    client proxy :

    The counterparts to outbound message interfaces in application systems are client proxies. They are called to send a message to an inbound interface. An outbound message interface is mapped to an ABAP object class (prefix CO_). and client proxyes are triggering by using REPORT and T.c se38

    yes , you need to write REPORT In SE38

    ABAP client proxies are generated from outbound message interface, and are used to send message from SAP WAS to XI.

    Along with the class it also generates structures and table type with the specified name prefix.

    ur service interface OUTBOUND name is CLASS NAME in REport/SPROXY

    in this class containg,

    Message TYpe and data type -fileds .

    server Proxy:

    The counterparts to inbound message interfaces in application systems are server proxies. They are called to start a service that, in the synchronous case, returns a result. The proxy generation functions generate an ABAP object interface (prefix II_) for an inbound message interface; you must implement this interface using an ABAP object class to make this service available.

    ABAP server proxies are generated from inbound message interface.

    Server proxy generation creates an interface along with the implementation class.

    please refer below doc:

    http://www.saptechnical.com/Tutorials/XI/ABAPProxy/page1.htm

    Edited by: bhavanisankar.solasu on Feb 9, 2012 10:46 AM

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