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How to Create a Receive Port

This topic describes how to use the BizTalk Server Administration console to create a receive port. A receive port is a logical grouping of similar receive locations through which services interact with external partners by receiving data.

You can create the following types of receive ports:

  • One-way — used for applications that drop off a message and do not wait synchronously for a reply

  • Request-response — used with applications that require a response to a message

In addition to the configuration described in this topic, you can also specify tracking options for the messages handled by a receive port, as described in How to Configure Tracking for a Receive Port.

noteNote
If you are creating a receive port on a remote computer and that computer does not have network DTC enabled, you will have to reboot the remote computer after creating the receive port.

To perform the procedure in this topic, you must be logged on with an account that is a member of the BizTalk Server Administrators group. For more detailed information on permissions, see Permissions Required for Deploying and Managing a BizTalk Application.

  1. Click Start, click All Programs, click Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010, and then click BizTalk Server Administration.

  2. In the console tree, expand the BizTalk group and the BizTalk application for which you want to create a receive port.

  3. Right-click Receive Ports, point to New, and then click One-way Receive Port or Request Response Receive Port, according to the type of port you want to create.

  4. In the Receive Port Properties window, do the following:

     

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    Name

    Type the name of the port.

    No authentication

    Click this option to disable authentication. This is the default.

    Drop messages if authentication fails

    Click this option to enable authentication but to drop unauthenticated messages.

    Keep messages if authentication fails

    Click this option to enable authentication and keep unauthenticated messages.

    Enable routing for failed messages

    Select this check box to attempt to route any message that fails processing to a subscribing application (such as another receive port or orchestration schedule). Clear the check box to suspend failed messages and generate a negative acknowledgment (NACK). The default value is cleared. For more information, see How to Enable Routing for Failed Messages for a Receive Port.

  5. In the left pane, click Receive Locations, and create a new receive location for this receive port. For instructions, see How to Create a Receive Location.

  6. In the left pane, click Inbound Maps, and do the following:

     

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    Source Document

    From the drop-down list, select the source schema to use with this port.

    Map

    From the drop-down list, select the map you want to associate with this port.

    Target Document

    From the drop-down list, select the destination schema to use with this port.

  7. If you are creating a request-response receive port, then in the left pane, click Outbound Maps, and do the following:

     

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    Source Document

    From the drop-down list, select the source schema to use with this port.

    Map

    From the drop-down list, select the map you want to associate with this port.

    Target Document

    From the drop-down list, select the destination schema to use with this port.

  8. When finished configuring the receive port, click OK.

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