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How to separate map file from orchestration project when orchestration consumes web services
One important pattern in BizTalk is to partitioning the solution especially when it is big. But some time it’s really difficult to move a file to another project or even just a different folder in same project. This happens most likely when there is an automatically generated file involved. In this example, an orchestration needs to consume a web service. So we added a web reference in the project contained the orchestration. Then we built a map file which maps a schema to the request schema ......

Posted On Friday, January 6, 2006 9:01 AM

BizTalk 2004 naming conventions
So far, the most complete document about BizTalk 2004 naming conventions is still in the MSDN article “Developing Integration Solutions with BizTalk Server 2004”. However, if you want to adopt these naming conventions, you need to be aware of the following issues in the document, Naming conventions for some BizTalk artifacts are not defined. For example Port Operations, Send/Receive Ports… Some naming conventions are unpractical. For example, the naming convention for Map file is ......

Posted On Friday, January 6, 2006 8:30 AM

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