Generate XML file from RFC using Web Services

Hi,
  I am trying to save an RFC enabled Function Module output to an XML file using ABAP web services.
I could able to create Web Service and release it using WSCONFIG/WSADMIN. I can actually get the output in XML file when i launch the web service home page. But I need this to be done in the ABAP program itself. So If i run the RFC I could able to create,release web service and capture the Generated XML file by SOAP runtime.
Any FM available?
Thanks,
Ram Sanjeev

which version of WAS you are on .
if you are on WAS6.40 check the following weblog on how to consume webservice using the wsdl file.
/people/thomas.jung3/blog/2004/11/17/bsp-a-developers-journal-part-xiv--consuming-webservices-with-abap
lower version of WAS use class cl_http_client.
if this case you have to manually build the soap message.
/people/durairaj.athavanraja/blog/2004/09/20/consuming-web-service-from-abap
Regards
Raja

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