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This sample demonstrates how to consume ReSTful services from BizTalk Server 2010.
The sample demonstrates sending XML messages with different schemas to a BizTalk bridge endpoint deployed using BizTalk Services. The bridge processes the message & routes it to more than one Service Bus Relay Services; relay service response is routed back to the bridge/client.
This sample uses the Trading Partner Management OM API from a Web interface to enable BizTalk Service users to onboard their business partners to the BizTalk Services Portal.
This tutorial demonstrates how JSON messages are processed using BizTalk Server. The tutorial uses custom pipeline components that convert the JSON message to XML (and back) while messages are processed by a BizTalk Server orchestration.
This sample provides instructions on how create an Azure BizTalk Services solution that receives a message from an FTP server, processes it  through a bridge deployed on Azure, and then inserts the message into an  on-premises SQL Server database.
BizTalk Server 2013 introduces some new adapters that make a lot of hybrid scenarios, involving on-premise and Azure technologies now possible. In this tutorial, we see how to integrate a purely cloud entity like Salesforce integrate with an on-premises
BizTalk Server using som
Windows Azure BizTalk Services provides two key integration possibilities – enterprise application integration (EAI) and business-to-business messaging using EDI. This sample demonstrates how to achieve EAI and EDI integration using Windows Azure BizTalk Services.
A simple hello world sample aims at making you familiar with some basic concepts of a BizTalk Services project. This sample is created the version 1.0 of the BizTalk Services SDK.
Use the BlobPollerRole project to set up the Azure worker role. The worker role polls an Azure blob, reads the message from the blob, and routes it to an EDI send bridge deployed under a BizTalk Services subscription.
Because the TPM OM API is based on the OData protocol, you can use the WCF Data Services to create .NET applications that consume the data services exposed by the TPM OM. This sample demonstrates how to create .NET applications to perform
operations on the TPM OM entities, such
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