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HTTP Transport Properties Dialog Box

[Unless specifically noted, the content in this topic applies to BizTalk Server 2013 and 2013 R2.]

Use the HTTP Transport Properties dialog box to configure the receive location for the HTTP adapter.

 

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Virtual directory plus ISAPI extension

Specify the name of the virtual directory where you post the messages received by the HTTP/HTTPS receive location. The virtual directory includes the name of the receive location DLL and an optional query string. Examples of virtual directory names are:

/<virtual directory>/BTSHTTPReceive.dll

/<virtual directory>/BTSHTTPReceive.dll?Purchase%20Order

This location must not contain more than one BTSHTTPReceive.dll ISAPI extension, including all subfolders.

Type: String

Maximum length: 256

Public address

Specify the fully qualified URI for this receive location. The value for this property is a combination of the server name and the virtual directory. This address is exposed to external partners.

Type: String

Minimum length: 0

Maximum length: 256

Return content type

Specify the content type of HTTP response messages that the receive location sends back to clients. This property is valid only for request-response receive locations.

Default value: text/xml

Type: String

Minimum length: 0

Maximum length: 256

Loopback

Define that the request message received on this location is routed either to a send port or back to this receive location to be sent as a response. This property is valid only for request-response receive locations.

Default value: False

Type: Boolean

Return correlation handle on success (this setting is for one-way port only)

Define that if successful, the receive location sends the correlation token of the submitted message on the HTTP response to the client. This property is valid only for one-way receive locations.

Default value: True

Type: Boolean

Use Single Sign-On

Indicate that Enterprise Single Sign-On is used.

Default value: False

Type: Boolean

Suspend failed requests

Indicate whether to suspend an HTTP request that fails inbound processing due to a receive pipeline failure or a routing failure.

Default value: False

Type: Boolean

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