Configure SharePoint Services Receive Location

 

This topic lists the steps to create a Windows SharePoint Services receive location.

When creating a receive location, the receive location uses the default Receive Handler associated with Transport Type. When using the Windows SharePoint Services adapter, the default Receive Handler is BizTalkServerApplication. For the steps to add a new Receive Handler, go to How to Create an Adapter Handler.

Create the Receive Location:

  1. In the BizTalk Server Administration console, expand BizTalk Group [GroupName]**, expand Applications, and then expand the application to contain the receive location.

  2. Create a One-way Receive Port. How to Create a Receive Port lists the steps.

    System_CAPS_ICON_important.jpg Important

    A Request Response Receive Location is not configurable with the Windows SharePoint Services adapter.

    Additional Receive Port configuration options include:

    How to Add a Receive Location to a Receive Port: A receive location is added in the next step.

    How to Configure Inbound Maps for a Receive Port

    How to Configure Tracking for a Receive Port

  3. Click OK to save the settings.

  4. Right-click Receive Locations, click New, and then click One-way Receive Location.

    System_CAPS_ICON_important.jpg Important

    A Request Response Receive Location is not configurable with the Windows SharePoint Services adapter.

  5. Select the receive port and then click OK.

  6. In Properties, enter the Name and pipeline properties. In the Type drop-down list, click Windows SharePoint Services and select the Receive Handler property.

  7. Click Configure. In Properties, configure the following:

    Adapter Web Service PortRequired. The port configured on the IIS web site hosting the SharePoint Services adapter web service.

    Default is port 80, which is the standard HTTP port. Update this value if a port other than 80 is used.
    TimeoutRequired. In milliseconds, this value determine the time when the adapter receives a response from the web service.

    Default is 100000 ms (100 seconds).

    Increase this value if the message or batch size is higher than expected.
    Use Client OMRequired. Determines whether the SharePoint Client Side Object Model (CSOM) or the Service Side Object Model (SSOM) is used.

    Default is Yes. Set to Yes to use the SharePoint CSOM on the BizTalk Server. There are no requirements on the SharePoint Services computer.

    Set to No to use the SharePoint SSOM that includes the web service installed on the SharePoint Services computer.

     Appendix B: Install the Microsoft SharePoint Adapter provides specific information on the SSOM and CSOM components used by the SharePoint Services adapter.
    Archive FilenameOptional. The SharePoint Services web services can archive documents from a SharePoint library. Enter the name of the archived file.

    Enter a file name, like PurchaseOrder0001.xml or an expression. Expressions include any mix of literals, macros, and XPATH queries. For example, "PurchOrd-%XPATH=//po:PurchaseOrderId%-%MessageID%.xml". When no file name is supplied, the file name of the source file is used. See Windows SharePoint Services Adapter Expressions for more information. Note: The "%SendingOrchestrationID%" and "%SendingOrchestrationType%" macros are not supported by this field.
    Archive Location URLOptional. The SharePoint Services folder URL to store the archived documents. Enter the relative path to the SharePoint site. For example, Archive or /Shared Documents/Processed Orders/. If an archive location is not specified, the document is deleted after processed by the adapter. Note: The SharePoint document library or folder URL can be different from its name. Check the address in the web browser for the correct URL.
    Archive OverwriteRequired. Specify to overwrite existing files.

    Default is No, which fails the archive if a file with the same name exists in the archive. In this scenario, the file is checked out and must be manually archived. Note: When archiving files, use Archive Filename values with macros the file name is unique. For example, use an Archive Filename such as PO-%MessageID%.xml or PO-%XPATH=//ns0:PurchaseOrder/ns0:ID%.xml**, where ID is the unique purchase order ID.
    Batch SizeRequired. The maximum number of documents processed by the web service as a batch. A processed batch may contain fewer messages than the defined batch size. It does not contain more messages.

    Default is 20 and must have a value of at least 1.
    Error ThresholdRequired. The maximum number of consecutive polling failures by the adapter until the receive location is disabled.

    Default is 10. To stop the receive location from being disabled, set this to 0.
    Namespaces AliasesOptional. A comma or semicolon-delimited list of namespace aliases definitions.

    Use this field to define the namespace aliases used by the XPATH queries introduced in the Archive Filename field listed above. For example, enter po='http://OrderProcess/POrder', conf='http://OrderProcess/Confirmation' ipsol='{D8217CF1-4EF7-4bb5-A30D-765ECB09E0D9}'.
    Polling IntervalRequired. In seconds, the time between two consecutive queries executed by the adapter waiting for new messages.

    Default is 60 and must have a value of at least 1. Note: To improve adapter throughput and response time, enter a lower value.
    SharePoint Site URLOptional. The complete URL of the SharePoint Services web site. For example, http:// SharePointServer/sites/TestSite. Note: A send port or receive location URI cannot exceed 256 characters.
    Source Document Library URLOptional. The URL relative path of the SharePoint Services document library where the documents are retrieved. For example, /Shared Documents/ or /New Purchase Orders/. Note: The SharePoint document library can be different from its name. Check the address in the web browser for the correct URL.
    View NameOptional. the SharePoint Services view used to filter documents processed by the adapter. For example, Approved Orders.

    To process all the existing documents in the Source Document Library, leave this field empty. Folders in a view and the messages in those folders are not be processed by the adapter. Create flat views that show all documents in a flat structure, including documents existing in subfolders.
    Microsoft Office IntegrationRequired. For binary messages, you must use “No” or “Optional” values.

    Default is Optional.

    Options include:

    - No: Processes the document “as is”. For binary messages, this option can be used.
    - Optional: Tries to remove InfoPath processing instructions. If the processing instructions aren’t removed, the document is processed “as is”. For binary messages, this option can be used.
    - Yes: Removes InfoPath processing instructions. If an error occurs, the message is skipped.
    SharePoint Online PasswordOptional. The password for the SharePoint online account.
    SharePoint Online UsernameOptional. The username for the SharePoint online account.
  8. Click OK save the settings.

  9. Additional Receive Location configuration options include:

    How to Configure Scheduling for a Receive Location

  10. Click OK save the settings.

Additional Receive Port and Receive Location topics:

Managing Receive Ports

Managing Receive Locations

Next, create a SharePoint Services Send Port:

Configure SharePoint Services Send Port

Configure SharePoint Services Send Port
Troubleshooting SharePoint Services Adapter
CSOM: SharePoint Services Adapter

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