Creating a MessageBox On-Ramp for the ESB Toolkit in BizTalk 2013

With the ESB Toolkit you can't normally use the MessageBox database as an on-ramp to receive ESB messages. The sample contains a custom .NET component to perform the steps that are normally made inside the receive pipeline. Also a sample BizTalk project is provided.

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  • Itinerary OnRamp settings
    2 Posts | Last post January 29, 2015
    • Just a quick follow up on this as I have a scenario where it would be great to receive an itinerary from the message box.  In your itinerary, what do you use as your OnRamp?  If you use the On-Ramp Extender, that requires a BizTalk Application and receive port, but if you are receiving the itinerary from the messagebox, you aren't going to have those properties.
    • Hi Adrian, 
      In the Itinerary Designer you have to add an OnRamp to your itinerary. The On-Ramp is only used to validate your itinerary. When you export the itinerary to a .XML file you don't have an On-Ramp and an Off-Ramp in the Itinerary. Maybe also the https://code.msdn.microsoft.com/Using-a-custom-Itinerary-fc76c56c sample is interesting for you where a Parent itinerary calls a Child itinerary. It also includes samples itineraries.