Creating Web Service Enterprise Applications by Using BizTalk Adapter for Web Services

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This document uses two example projects to help you master all aspects of Microsoft® BizTalk® Adapter for Web Services. It also describes how to test the BizTalk Adapter for Web Services solutions that you create.
  • Version:

    2002

    File Name:

    BizTalk_Adapter_Web_Service.exe

    Date Published:

    4/18/2003

    File Size:

    575 KB

      Microsoft® BizTalk® Adapter for Web Services enables you to provide access to any enterprise server application as a collection of Web service methods. The format translation and process coordination abilities of Microsoft® BizTalk® Server 2002 and the philosophy of using configurable components — instead of custom programming — for integration, combined with the open data format and object access standards of Web services, all quickly and effectively make back-end server applications available over the Internet.

      This document uses two examples to help you master all aspects of BizTalk Adapter for Web Services, including the following:
      • Installing Web services
      • Creating Web services and Web methods
      • Creating and selecting specifications, channels, and messaging ports
      • Invoking Web methods from a client application

      This document consists of five major sections:
      • An example in which you create a very simple Web service so that you can focus on learning how to install and configure BizTalk Adapter for Web Services
      • An example in which you learn how to use an XLANG schedule to synchronize a complex, asynchronous, multiple-document business process and return a response document to a Web service
      • Techniques that you can use to incrementally construct and test the solutions that you create by using BizTalk Adapter for Web Services and BizTalk Server
      • Advanced techniques for controlling the document specifications of the Web method request and response formats and how to perform inbound and outbound mapping
      • A description of how to use custom .NET preprocessors and postprocessors to read and modify the SOAP headers for a Web method
  • Supported Operating System

    Windows 2000

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