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Loading and Testing XML file using SPROXY transaction
By Premalatha Saravanan, Cognizant
some projects, we may send our data using web services between two systems. The
data would be in XML message format. In case if we need to check by changing the
data in XML for any development /analysis we used to change the data in the
source system and will trigger the service again to target system.
enterprise services are listed in Transaction code SPROXY. Through this SPROXY
transaction we can load, test and debug the XML messages.
All we need to know is the inbound XML message (Downloaded in the system) and
the correct service interface name. Using that we can easily test the
corresponding service by loading the XML messages, so that we need not to
trigger the service every time from source system.
Scenario with Explanation: Let me explain a
scenario where the data is made transferred through the XI interface via XML. The
scenario would be as follows,
We are sending the Delivery Document
created in ECC system to TMS (Transportation Management system) system for
creating the Delivery based Transportation Order (DTR) Document in the TM system
through the XML. So here the Source System is ECC and Target System is TMS.
Follow the below steps to execute the
XML file through SPROXY Transaction.
to the SPROXY tcode and identify the Service Interface for which you need to
test and load XML file. Here as per my example, below highlighted is the service
Interface of the target system.
Click the service Interface and Click on the Execute button as shown below to
load the XML file.
the below shown radio button and click execute.
you can see the Test Service Provider loaded with some dummy request as shown
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