Create and Deploy the Trading Partner Agreement


Updated: November 27, 2015


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This part of the tutorial builds the EDI scenario. To build the EDI scenario, Northwind uses the BizTalk Services Portal to create trading partners and agreements. Contoso sends the sales order as an X12 message to the deployed agreement. After receiving the X12 sales order, the deployed agreement processes the message, transforms it to the SalesOrder format expected by the EAI bridge, and routes it to the EAI bridge that you already deployed earlier. The bridge then inserts the message into the SalesOrder table using the SQL LOB Relay. The topics in this section lists the steps to build and test the EDI scenario for the tutorial.