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Configure your scenario in Integration directory on PI 7.1 and generate the configuration objects.


You have to assign the corresponding sender communication channel (SOAP, HTTP, XI, WS) to the Sender Agreement.

Now just right click on the “Sender Agreement” and select option “Display WSDL”.


Once you do this, the WSDL is displayed along with the WSDL URL.



You can see the WSDL URL on top. You can share this URL with Consumer Application development team.

Please note that Login is required to view the WSDL via browser and to consume it.

You may note that the SOAP URL is automatically generated for you. Each time you change your data type, you dont have to repeat the WSDL generation unlike previous versions of PI and XI.

The Consumer application can just refresh the WSDL at its end.

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  1. Former Member
    I have checked my WSDL by using Display WSDL in PI 7.1 server.I couldn’t able to find the Soap:Address with the content specified by you in the blog.
    Could you help me in this concern.Since we are facing lots of problem by publishing the WSDL again and again.


  2. Former Member
    This really gives some relax to both developer and consumers. It was really a painful task to create SOAP URL manually in PI 7.0 or XI 3.0.

    In addition to your blog. Now you don’t have to use any SOAP test tool. For example in SOAP-RFC scenario in 7.0 we have to use SOAP client. But in PI 7.1 we can use this wsdl link and test it from Service Registry.

    Thanks to SAP 🙂


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