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SOAP and SRT services

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Hi all,

I have understood that the services under the node <b>/default_host/sap/bc/soap</b> apply to RFC function modules (thus, including BAPI) and that the list of available RFC FMs were visible at the URL :


This is what I would call the "6.20 approach" or the out-of-the-box as stated in /people/sap.user72/blog/2005/12/29/service-enable-your-sap-application-component

You call the <i>wsdl11</i> service with the name of the FM and get the WSDL file

Then, you can call the <i>rfc</i> service to actually call the Web Service.

But, as far as the "6.40 approach", with the creation of the Virtual Interface and the Web Service Definition, is concerned, is there a similar URL, I mean a BSP where you can have the list of Web Services ?

Thanks for your answers.

Best regards,


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Well, I just found out these 2 weblogs by Thomas Jung. I should have started from there... thanks Thomas !



<b>But still, if someone has an idea about how to get the list of SRT services without specific development... ?</b>

Message was edited by: Guillaume Garcia

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transaction WSADMIN can give you the list of BAPI/RFCs released for SOAP runtime.



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