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Catlog Creation 5th Sep 2012

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(1)
 
Login into srm server.
(2)
 
 Navigate to spro settings
(3)
 
Click external web services
(4)
Define External Web Services(img help)
In this Customizing Activity, you define Web services such as product catalogs or supplier directories that are to beavailable in 
 applications.You have to create the dialog structure, that is, the data that is required for addressing the Web service. Since thisdata is service-specific, you must contact the provider of the Web service obtain the data from them or get it from theWeb service documentation.
Requirements
 You have defined the logical system for the Web service, that is, for the product catalog, in the Customizing activity
. 
Activities
 1. To select a Web service, double-click an entry in the list.2. To create a new Web service, choose
New Entries.
 Enter the following data:
o
 
Web Service ID
(required entry field)User-defined technical name for a Web service.
o
 
Name of the Web Service
The name is displayed in the Help of the SAP SRM application in which the Web service isembedded. If the application is available in multiple languages, you must translate the name using
Edit -> Translate
, otherwise the name is not displayed.
 
o
 
Business type
(required entry field)The business type determines the type of the Web service and, therefore, in which SRM Server applications, this service is visible. In the Shop application, for example, product catalogs aredisplayed, but no supplier directories. Furthermore, the busines type determines which further options are available in this IMG activity.3. Select a business type for the Web service and confirm your selection with
Enter 
. You can makeselections as follows:
o
 
Product catalog 
  As product catalogs, you can include catalogs that support the 
 (OCI), for example, catalogs that you have created using
SAP Catalog Content Management 
.
o
 
Supplier directories
 You can include supplier directories that support the 
 (OPI).
o
 
E-Form
 Means the same as product catalog. However, if you select this type, the sample implementation of the 
 
 is run, and this BAdI is ignored for all other business types.
o
 
Supplier evaluation
 This business type is currently not used.
o
 
Service provider list 
 The application SAP Supplier Self-Services (SAP SUS) can be included as a service provider list.
Note:
 Create only
one
service provider list because you can only assign one SAP Supplier Self-Servicessystem to each SAP SRM system.
o
 
Supplier Screening 
 The supplier list (ROS) can be connected via OPI.4. If you have selected
Product catalog 
or 
E-Form
as the business type, you have the following entry andselection options:
o
 
Source of Supply Assigned to the Product Catalog 
 a) Enter the number of the business partner and the responsible purchasing organization if thecatalog content belongs to one business partner (supplier) only. If you do not assign a businesspartner to a catalog item, the system automatically assigns this business partner.
o
 
 Additional Functions in SRM Server 
 b) To determine that product numbers transferred from the catalog do not exist as local products inSAP Supplier Relationship Management (SAP SRM), select the checkbox
Do not check products
.c) To display contract data in the integrated catalog, select the checkbox
Display Contract Data inIntegrated Catalog 
.
o
 
 Additional Functions in Product Catalogs
 
Note:
 Some catalogs offer additional functions that are specified in the context of the Open CatalogInterface (OCI). Select the following checkbox only if the product catalog or the E-Form support theadditional functions.
 
d) To display product data in the catalog again after the selection in SAP Supplier RelationshipManagement (SAP SRM), select the checkbox
Display Prod. Data Again in Catalog.
See also
. e) To enable an update of the product data in SAP Supplier Relationship Management (SAP SRM)after the products have been selected from the catalog, select the checkbox
Validate Product Datafrom SAP Enterprise Buyer.
See also 
. f) To call the catalog with only one search term, and to carry out a search for a source of supply,select the checkbox
Sourcing 
. See also 
. g) To support a simultaneous search in multiple catalogs, select the checkbox
Search Cross-Catalog 
.5. The following entry and selection options are available for all business types:
o
 
Technical Settings
 a) To keep an error log for the catalog, select the checkbox
Maintain Error Log
. This will keep alog of all technical and business errors that occur during transfer of the product or supplier data. Todisplay the log, choose transaction
SLG1
.
Note:
This function is not available with the business types
Supplier evaluation
and
Service provider list 
.b) To use the HTTP method
GET 
to call the Web service, select the checkbox
Use HTTP GET toCall Web Services
. To use the HTTP method
POST 
, leave the checkbox unchanged.c) Select the technical type of the Web service. This determines where the Web service is to beavailable.d) Specify the logical system of the Web service.e) Specify the path for a symbol that represents the Web service. This symbol is then shown in theapplication if the system uses symbols for Web services. This path is relative to the MIME directoryIMAGES/WEBSERVICES in Internet Services BBPGLOBAL. If you create subdirectories in thisdirectory, the path must begin with '
 /
'.6. If you have selected
supplier directory 
as the business type, you have the following entry and selectionoptions:
o
 
 Additional Functions in supplier directories
 a) To display the supplier directories in the catalog again, select
Redisplay Partner Data in Supplier Directory 
 b) Specify the root node under which suppliers are created that are then transferred via the OpenPartner Interface (OPI) to SAP Supplier Relationship Management (SAP SRM).7. Create the dialog/call structure.
o
 
To open a Web service in a separate window, choose
Standard Call Structure
.
o
 
To open a Web service within the application, choose
Integrated Call Structure
.
Note:
 For the
Integrated Call Structure
of product catalogs, you should use the servlet delivered for thispurpose (see post installation steps:
Integrating the Requisite Catalog in the Shopping Cart 
).
Syntax example:
http://<HTTP-Server>:<port>/<your_entry>/catalog/logonOCI.doSAP recommends that you only use the
Integrated Call Structure
for the catalog delivered by SAPbecause external product catalogs and Web services usually to not take the SRM
-
specific HTMLframe structures into account. If you wish to include an external Web service, SAP cannot provideany support in the event that errors should occur.8. Make entries in the fields
Name
and
Value
and select a
Type
. You must adhere to the sequence asfollows:a) URL of the Web serviceIn the first line of the call structure, enter the URL of the Web service (
value
) and select the type
URL
. Do not enter a name.If you have selected
Service provider list 
as the business type, enter the URL of the SUS ServiceProvider List.
Syntax example:

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