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Author's profile photo Durairaj Athavan Raja

Microsoft Office 2003 Infopath & SAP RFC/Webservice

Start Microsoft InfoPath and the steps for designing the application using

  web service model (for other method like using .net connector check this link)

  can be found here.

When prompted for the WSDL URL, enter the URL which you have constructed in the previous step.

Once completed designing use the preview option to test it and you will be amazed at the ease of creating and the look and feel.

 

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      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member
      Very good information. May be you can share an example you have created with this.
      Author's profile photo Durairaj Athavan Raja
      Durairaj Athavan Raja
      Blog Post Author
      Sure I will post some example in few days.

      Regards
      Raja

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member
      Hi,

      It is a real cool thing, i tried to doing it and it worked, another thing is that infopath has automatic validations i think from the XML underneath.

      Thanks for bringing this to us.

      Author's profile photo Durairaj Athavan Raja
      Durairaj Athavan Raja
      Blog Post Author
      Glad it was helpful.

      Regards
      Raja

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