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Sample Tutorial - link not working


Under this link suppose to hava a link to sample tutorial of web dynpro (adaptive Web Service Model).

However, this link does no work

(Link in Step 2 C - see below)

C) I Do not Have A Sap Backend System, but I Have A Connection to the Internet.

Creating an E-Mail Client Using Web Dynpro's Adaptive Web Service Model In this tutorial, you will develop a Web Dynpro application for sending an e-mail message, using an e-mail Web service provided by an external service provider. It fully describes all required development steps like setting up a new project, importing the Adaptive Web Service Model defining context mapping and binding relations, designing the view layout and implementing the controller code.
Note: This tutorial version uses an email Web service provided by a third party. This Web service must be available at runtime.
The ready-to-use project is available here.


Does anyone has the new link?

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    Jun 18, 2012 at 01:15 PM

    hi Seng,

    I was able to find the sample code for the tutorial, its here -

    The Tutorial you mentioned is definitely not accessible any more.

    But you can find equivalent knowledge from the below knowledge areas -

    I hope this information helps you, do let me know if you need further help.


    -Amol Gupta

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  • Jun 18, 2012 at 01:05 PM

    Hi Seng,

    This link is not functional anymore. Last time i checked the same tutorial, the 3rd Party Web Service mentioned in the tutorial was not working any more, thats probably why they have taken the tutorial down.

    If you wish to learn how to integrate a WebService with WebDypro Java, follow the following steps, you need to have access to the Web Service wsdl you wish to consume-

    A. Create a web service model -

    -> Models -> create a model

    -> Import Adaptive Web Service Model

    -> Enter Model name and package

    -> Select Local File System or URL

    -> Select - No logical destinations - use WSDL URL for metadata retrieval and webservice execution

    -> Provide WSDL for the Web Service you wish to integrate and click next

    These steps will help you create the model.

    B. Before you can use the model use have declare usage in Used Models

    -> add your newly created model to Used Models

    -> right click on Used Models

    -> click on Add

    -> Select your newly created model from the list

    -> Click on Ok

    C. Now you want to consume the Web Service Model through WebDynpro view, follow the following steps -

    -> right click on you view you wish to integrate the web service model with

    -> click on Template

    -> clcik on Apply

    -> select Service Controller

    D. Fill in the data in the Web Service Model context and execute. To confirm what all data need to be fed in the Web Service Model context you may use tools like SoapUI which help you simulate a Web Service call using its WSDL.

    I hope this helps you. Do let me know if you feel stuck anywhere.


    -Amol Gupta

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    Jun 18, 2012 at 01:36 PM

    Hi Seng,

    You can find all sample tutorial of web dynpro (adaptive Web Service Model) from below link..



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    • Hi Seng,

      Do let me know, if you get stuck anywhere because of version differences with appropriate links. I will help you overcome the obstacle.

      Learning SAP products on own using self help guides will need some proactive self motivation 😊 !

      Besides, all fellow members will be delighted to help you solve your problem.


      -Amol Gupta