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DI Server and J2EE

Former Member
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Hi all,

I'd like to know if it's possible to have a J2EE Server to invoke web services from the DI server.

if yes, do you have samples ?

Thanks for your help.

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Former Member
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I've been working with J2EE servers for a while, and performing a webservice call is not standardized in Java. There are multiple competing APIs you can use depending on the actual J2EE server you are using. For example, BEA WebLogic provides easy to use Web Service invokation mechanism via its Workshop framework. The only thing you need is the WSDL of the DI server you are running.


Former Member
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Thanks for your answers.

but I'm not sure that fix my problem

Today, I know we can use the DI Sedrver using ASP.Net and IIS.

I'd like to know if I can use JSP and maybe Apache or an other server to access to the DI Server.


Former Member
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Hi Sebastien,

I have just started looking at SBO and R3 integration (as you are doing too, I suppose). Talking with our SAP people, they told me there are 2 ways to face this scenario.

- Use the SAP Exchange Infraestructure (XI) as a bridge among R3 and SBO. This software exports some webservices that interact with SBO DI Server.

- Create your own mapping rules and create the comunication with the SBO DI Server. I think this is exactly what you are trying to do.

I suppose the XI would be quite expensive. Haven´t started yet with the second one, but I suppose we will try that way too. What I´m not sure is what technology we are going to use. We are more experienced with .Net and we are investigating how to face it this way.

I must say that there are some documents in the SMB marketplace regarding to this issue under SolutionsIntegration CapabilitiesIntegration Toolkit.

Hope we can search together a good solution.


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