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Creating ABAP based web services and consuming the same in ABAP
By Chandra Dasari, YASH Technologies
Description: Creating ABAP based Web services and
consuming in report. In this example we will be using wizard provided by SAP.
to SE37. Enter the name of the function module already created.
web service->from function module:
Enter the Service Definition Name followed by
short text as shown below
Select the end point, as of now the following
options are available
Select the function module created earlier
Since we are using basic Authorizations, select
the option as shown
Make sure we select the check box “release
Service for Runtime”
If this is not selected we need to go to TCode:
“WSCONFIG” & release it
This is the final screen for wizard before
on “Complete” and save it in package.
to TCode wsconfig to check whether
the wsd created has been released for soap runtime
on “Display” button
on “ICF Details” button
web service is created in “sicf”
transaction as shown
the green icon shows the wsd is released successfully for soap runtime.
Generating the wsdl from wsd
to transaction code wsadmin as shown
Select the wsd for which the wsdl has to be
Make sure the administrative settings has been
Click on generate function after selecting the
Save the wsdl file on to the local pc for further
Testing the web service
Click on “submit” button
Copy the wsdl as shown
Click on “test” button to test the
functionality of web service
Click on the parameters
Enter the input parameters and click on submit
The web service has been tested successfully and is ready to use.
Create any client application for consuming it.
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