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Asynchronous call to web services in Biztalk orchestrations

, 4 Feb 2006
In this article, I'll show you how to call web services asynchronously using Biztalk. We'll use two orchestrations and some concepts like port parameters and polarity inversion of a port.
bts_async_call_src.zip
BTSOrderQuery
bin
Deployment
Development
BTSOrderQuery.dll
BTSUtils.dll
BTSOrderQuery.btproj
BTSOrderQuery.btproj.user
BTSQueryLegacy.odx
BTSUtils
bin
BTSUtils.csproj.user
key.snk
key.snk
OrderRequestMain.odx
Web References
localhost
orderquery.disco
orderquery.wsdl
Reference.map
Reference.odx
legacyorder.zip
legacyorder
bin
legacyorder.dll
Global.asax
legacyorder.csproj.webinfo
_vti_cnf
_vti_pvt
access.cnf
deptodoc.btr
doctodep.btr
service.cnf
service.lck
services.cnf
_vti_script
_vti_txt

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Mauricio Ritter
Web Developer
Brazil Brazil
Mauricio Ritter lives in Brazil, in the city of Porto Alegre. He is working with software development for about 8 years, and most of his work was done at a bank, within a home and office banking system.
Mauricio also holds MCSD, MCSE, MCDBA, MCAD and MCT Microsoft certifications and work as a trainer/consultant in some MS CTEC in his city.
Mauricio also works in his own programming site, aimed to Brazilian Developers: http://www.dotnetmaniacs.com.br
 
In his spare time he studys korean language...

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