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SAP web service

Hi there experts!

I've search the scn and I'm still wondering if the following could be done... Now, we've got some SAP webservices that are called from .NET to process some information. I've been asked if we could place XI in between, in order to have a more efficient monitoring of those Web Services. The thing is that the Web Services would still be hosted at SAP R3, and somehow .NET should call XI and XI then call those services. Is it that possible? has anyone have any link on how to do that? I'm quite comfortable on JDBC, Idocs and EDI things in XI, but I've never managed any Web Service through it. Any help would be welcome!!

Thanks a lot in advace!

Cheers,

Edu

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    Posted on Nov 08, 2012 at 11:36 AM

    Hi,

    This shouldn't be difficult.. Though I haven't tried..but you can follow the below approach..

    Scenario will be SOAP - SOAP..

    You need to import the WSDL in PI and have to configure the scenario with SOAP as receiver where the end point will be of R3..

    From PI you need to generate WSDL(where wsdl will have endpoint have PI) and have to provide it to .Net team..will pass the request then to PI..

    Refer SDN for SOAP Scenarios for more info..

    HTH

    Rajesh

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    Posted on Nov 08, 2012 at 12:27 PM

    Thanks guys, I'll give it a try and post my (foreseeable) doubts!

    cheers,

    Edu

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