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If I use rfc enabled web service, is it need netweaver as java?

Hi sir.

1.

I write a rfc enabled web service on ecc6 sr2, it is written by abap.

When I try to deploy the web service, it can be deployed with no error.

but I want to test web service on http, it let me choose netweaver java application server.

If I just have ecc6, is it possible to use web service and call this web service from http client? or need I install netweaver as

JAVA?

if it needs netweaver as java and it is configured on differen machine from ecc6, how can I deploy web service to as, and how

can I test it from http client?

2.

If I write rfc enabled function, and is it possible use like type for import and export?

I can write normal function type in type, but rfc does not enable it, rfc only support type like.

what is my problem?

How can I write rfc enabled function with support import and export?

Thanks.

Former Member
Former Member replied

Hi,

>1. your mean is it is not necessary to use netweaver, when I call web service in ecc6 from http client ?

>If I create a web service in ecc6 (SE80), how can I call this web service from http client? how can I find WSDL URL?

You don't need netweaver java but you need netweaver abap which is included in ECC6.

You need a web service client to call a web service (soapui is an exemple of a free test client software).

You should read the documentation about web services concept...

Regards,

Olivier

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