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http adapter

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  • HI Greg,

    Thanks for your inputs. I'm going with second option i.e, reverse proxy. And I'm stuck at one point.

    I've installed the URL Rewrite Module installed & Application Request Routing and followed the steps as given in "www.iis.net/.../reverse-proxy-with-url-rewrite-v2-and-application-request-routing"

    In the web config, I have added the below rule. Please correct if the below rule is not right.

          <rule name="Reverse Proxy for AS2" stopProcessing="true">

             <match url=" http://SERVER_B_IP/EDIIN/BTSHTTPReceive.dll" />

             <action type="Rewrite" url=" http://SERVER_A_IP/EDIIN/BTSHTTPReceive.dll" />

           </rule>

           <rule name="Reverse Proxy for AS2" stopProcessing="true">

             <match url="^SERVER_B_IP/(.*)" />

             <action type="Rewrite" url="http://SERVER_A_IP/{R:1}" />

           </rule>

    where server A is BizTalk Server and Server B is IIS Server.

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  • Sorry Greg,

    Please ignore my previous post. I have used URL Rewrite and created Reverse Proxy rule and have mentioned the IP address of the biztalk server and it worked for me. :-)

    I'll now try with digital certificates and all other stuff.

    Thank you so much greg for your advise. It readlly helped me.

    Thanks,

    Manju RS

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