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B1WS Installation error

Hi Experts,

While installing the B1WS i am getting the below error.

you are about to install b1ws for version 8.8. please check you have sap business one DI Server installed in this machine. and its version is atleast version 8.8 (8.80.225)

But i am using SAP Business One 8.82 PL:03

Can anyone help me out.?

Thanks

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  • Posted on Nov 09, 2012 at 09:00 AM

    Hi Team Bone,

    It is just a warning that the B1WS installer gives you, to inform you are on a different version than the one B1WS was "built/tested" on.

    It's ok to install it anyway.

    Good luck.

    Best regards,

    Pedro Magueija

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      Hi,

      http://<your_server>/B1WS is a virtual application created in IIS during the installation of B1WS.

      IIS knows how to redirect calls to the non-existing Service.asmx file, so you don't have to worry about it.

      I'm not using the LoginService, but other one.

      For example (taken from my libraries), here is how to query for a BP:

      private static BusinessPartnersService GetService(DIServerExt connection)

      {

      BusinessPartnersService returnValue = null;

      using (SLogger.VerboseCall())

      {

      if (false == string.IsNullOrEmpty(connection.SessionId))

      {

      returnValue = new BusinessPartnersService

      {

      Url = "http://" + connection.Server + "/B1WS/Service.asmx",

      MsgHeaderValue = new MsgHeader

      {

      SessionID = connection.SessionId,

      ServiceName = MsgHeaderServiceName.BusinessPartnersService,

      ServiceNameSpecified = true

      }

      };

      }

      else

      {

      SLogger.Error("No DIS SessionId");

      }

      }

      return returnValue;

      }

      ...

      using (var service = GetService(connection))

      {

      if (null != service)

      {

      var parms = new BusinessPartnerParams

      {

      CardCode = cardCode

      };

      try

      {

      var businessObject = service.GetByParams(parms);

      if (null != businessObject)

      {

      ...

      }

      }

      catch (SoapException e)

      {

      interfaceObject.LogSoapException(ErrorClass.DIServer, e);

      }

      catch (Exception e)

      {

      interfaceObject.LogSoapException(ErrorClass.DIServer, e);

      }

      }

      else

      {

      SLogger.Error("No service object");

      }

      ...

      Regards,

      Eric

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