Generating WSDL in Cloud Integration(CPI) using SOAMANAGER
In this blog post, I shall explain the steps to be followed to generate a WSDL from the T-Code SOAMANAGER. Let me first explain what is a WSDL.
Web Service Description Language or WSDL is an XML-based interface description language used to describe the functionality offered by a web service. In simple words, a WSDL file provides a machine-readable description of how the service can be called and what parameters it is expecting. I had generated the WSDL for a SOAP-based Integration scenario.
For SOAP-based integration:
SOAP receiver channels are used to consume web services whilst
SOAP sender channels are used to expose Cloud Integration as a web service.
SE80 Object Navigator
6. In Provider Security Screen select the options according to your requirements and click on the Next button. In transport channel Authentication I had selected the User ID/Password option.
11. After Executing the WSDL URL for Binding a new tab would open –> Login with your SAP credentials and you would be able to view the WSDL which was generated from the SOAMANAGER.
You can now use the WSDL generated from the T-Code SOAMANAGER in your IFlow.
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