RFC-to-Web Service Scenario

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2.       Configurations in the Integration Repository

2.1  Import the WSDL:

Import the WSDL of the webservice as an External Definition; these structures are needed as we need to accomplish the mapping between the RFC.Request to SOAP.Request and SOAP Response to RFC Response.

 Note: Usually when we import the WSDL as an External Definition, we get the relevant messages for the request and response structures along with it.

 2.2  Import RFC

Import the RFC “ZN_GET_QUOTE” created in the previous step from R/3 system.

 Note: Usually when we import the RFC from R/3 system, we get the relevant messages for the request and response structures along with it.

2.3  Define Message Interface

As imported WSDL and RFC messages can be used as Data types, Message types and outbound message interface we don’t require creating those.

Define inbound synchronous message Interface

2.4  Create Message Mappings

Here we need to create two mappings, first between RFC Request (ZN_GET_QUOTE.Request) to SOAP Request (GetQuoteSoapIn) and second between SOAP Response (GetQuoteSoapOut) to RFC Response (ZN_GET_QUOTE.Response).

 

 2.5  Define Interface Mapping

 Define Interface mapping for the above created mappings.

Request mapping

 

Response mapping

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