Different Links in Web service - how to deploy?
I hope you can help me.
In our Landscape we have more than 2 Tenants which are connected to different Systems.
So I do the developing in the Development Tenant. The Testing is done in the Test Tenant and then we have the Productive Tenant.
My Problem is, that we have implemented a Web Service in a kind of big Solution, where i have to do some changes (due to corrections) sometimes.
We consume this Web Service.
When now deploy to the Test Tenant, I of course consume the Web Service which is provided by the Test System (also SAP System)
This WSDL contains Link (like) "http://TestSystem.Link123[...]". This is the Link for the Test System Web Service.
Now we want to go Productive. Of Course we must now use the Productive Web Service with the link in WSDL (like) "http://ProductiveSystem.Link123[...]".
This is different.
Is there a good way how to deploy this?
I mean, I now have to change the WSDL in the development Tenant, download and assemble and then upload it to the Productive System,
But what do I do, when there is a change in the development?
Then I have to do the changes and deploy first to the Test Tenant, but in the Solution there is the wrong WSDL in the Web Service, so this won't work in Test Tenant.
Hope you can understand what I mean and help me in some way.
Thanks and best Regards,
Ludger Bünger replied
From my experience, the URL in the WSDL does not matter.
In order to have a webservice work, you need the parts implemented using the PDI as well as two things configured in the tenant.
In the tenant you have to create a communication arrangement mapped to a communication system.
The communication system specifies the destination system where the webservice connects to.
So as long as you have a different communication system defined in the test and the productive tenant, your scenario should work.
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