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BizTalk Web Services Publishing Wizard
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BizTalk Web Services Publishing Wizard

 

Use the BizTalk Web Services Publishing Wizard to create and publish BizTalk orchestrations as Web services, and to publish schemas as Web services. For general usage information about the BizTalk Web Services Publishing Wizard, see Using Web Services.

Use this page to select a method of creating your Web service.

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Publish BizTalk orchestrations as web services

Publish a Web service based on selected orchestrations and Web ports in a BizTalk assembly.

Publish schemas as web services

Define Web methods and messages of a Web service using selected schemas from BizTalk assemblies as request and/or response message parts.

Use this page to select a BizTalk assembly to publish a Web service from.

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BizTalk assembly file (*.dll)

Select a BizTalk assembly.

Your assembly does not need to be deployed to publish a Web service.

If your assembly has dependencies, you must resolve any dependencies in your assembly before you can publish a Web service from it. The assembly must be deployed and properly bound to be used at runtime.

You can select the orchestrations and ports in the assembly to expose in your published Web service. Only public ports are visible.

Select the orchestrations and ports that you want to export.

Use this page to specify the properties for the Web service.

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Target namespace of web service

Select a target namespace of a Web service. The target namespace appears in the Web Service Description Language (WSDL) file. The System.Uri constructor is used to determine the validity.

Add additional SOAP headers

Add schemas from BizTalk assemblies to use as request and response SOAP headers.

Support unknown SOAP headers

Add support for unknown headers.

Add SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Single Sign-On support

Add support for Single Sign-On (SSO) in SharePoint Portal Server 2003.

You can click the Advanced button to control advanced properties that control message format and message processing behavior.

Use this page to customize global web service and web method attributes.

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Soap Parameter Style

Specify how parameters are formatted in a SOAP message. Options include:

  • Bare: Parameters sent to and from an XML Web service method are placed in the XML elements directly following the Body element of a SOAP request or SOAP response.

  • Wrapped (Default): Parameters sent to and from an XML Web service method are encapsulated within a single XML element following the Body element of the XML portion of a SOAP request or SOAP response.

Conformance Claims

Specify the web services interoperability (WSI) business process 1.1 (BP1.1) conformance claims made by the web service.

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BizTalk Server cannot consume web services using BP1.1 conformance claims. If you will be consuming the service from BTS2004, do not use conformance claims.

Force Request Response

Specify that one-way BizTalk operations should be exposed as request-response web methods.

Use this page to customize your published Web service.

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Project name

Enter a project name.

Project location

Specify the path name of the virtual directory where the Web service is published.

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You must use ANSI characters.

Overwrite existing project

Overwrite the existing project when you republish a Web service.

Browse button

Search disk locations for a file location.

Allow anonymous access to web service

Sets the AuthAnonymous flag on the published virtual directory. This flag is useful in a development environment.

Create BizTalk Receive locations

Generates a BindingInfo.xml binding file to create the receive locations that correspond to the published Web service.

The BindingInfo.xml file can be imported by the development command-line tool or wizard to create the necessary receive locations. You can find BindingInfo.xml in the temp folder of the published Web service's virtual directory.

Use this page to add and remove schemas from BizTalk assemblies to use as request and response SOAP headers.

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Add button

Add a schema by specifying the path name to a BizTalk assembly that contains document schemas.

Remove button

Remove a schema.

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Top-level elements of ComplexType elements are listed and can be used as SOAP headers.

Use these pages to select one or more schema types from BizTalk assemblies to use as request and response SOAP headers.

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BizTalk assembly file (*.dll)

Select a BizTalk assembly.

Browse button

Search disk locations for a file location.

Use this page to describe the Web service that you are creating.

Right-click a node to view properties and menu options to add, rename, or delete a Web service or Web method.

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Add web service

Add a Web service.

Rename web service description

Rename a Web service. Type a new name for your Web service.

Add web method

Add a one-way Web method.

Add a request-response Web method.

Select schema type

Select a schema type in Request Message Type/Request Message Type page.

Rename web message part

Rename the Web message part.

Use these pages to select one or more schema types from BizTalk assemblies to use as request and response SOAP headers.

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BizTalk assembly file (*.dll)

Select a BizTalk assembly.

Browse button

Search disk locations for a file location.

Use this page to review your settings. Click Back to make any changes to your published Web service. Click Create to create your published Web service.

Use this page to determine if you have successfully published your Web service.

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link to published Web service

Go to your published Web service project.

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