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SOAP Runtime Error - not supported interface in WSDL

Hi Experts,

I am trying to consume the customer create enterprise service in Sales force tool from ECC system.

The scenario is I am consuming the enterprise services like find customer and create customer services into sales force from ECC. when I consume the find customer webservice then its working fine, but for the create cutomer enterprise service is not consumed at sales force side and it is throwing the below error.

The error generated in trace log of SOAMANAGER as mentioned below.

A SOAP Runtime Core Exception occurred in method DETERMINE_OPERATION_NAME of class CL_SRT_WSP_RT_CONFIG at position id 1 with internal error id 1033 and error text <no error message available>: ("Message "CustomerERPCreateRequest_sync{}" not supported
(interface: "ECC_CUSTOMERCRTRC" binding key: "001F29CF8E121ED1B4B61B19CCE22677")") (fault location is 1 ).

Plesae suggest if any idea and I will appreciate your help?


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  • Posted on Jul 20, 2012 at 12:01 PM


    Make sure your client is executing the right method of the proxy class (named like the service itself, not the "IF_PROXY_CLIENT~EXECUTE"). Also, make sure that the binding in SOAMANAGER is configured properly for the non-working ES.



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      Hi Narasimha,

      If your test works through SoapUI, there's nothing else you can do on the SAP side.

      You need to start investigating on the SalesForce side. I don't know much about the SalesForce side but you could maybe try first extracting the WSDL again from SAP and re-creating your object/proxy again on SalesForce.

      Regards, Trevor

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