Hey there….11 more samples for you to kick around are now on the BizTalk Server Developer Center! Check them out when you have time!! And let Eric, Mike, Sreedhar, Young, Jack, or myself know if you have any questions or problems with them! Heck, do you have sample requests??? Let us know!!!! We *are* listening!
Publishing and Consuming Web Services with SOAP Headers
This sample demonstrates how to publish a BizTalk orchestration as a Web service with a SOAP header and how to consume the SOAP header from a Web service request message.
BAM and HAT Correlation
This sample demonstrates how to use the enhanced BAM features, and how to customize BAM and HAT integration. This sample also includes a Windows Forms application customizing BAM and HAT integration for the sample BizTalk solution.
Consuming Web Services with Array Parameters
This sample demonstrates how to consume Web services with array parameters.
Extending the BizTalk Server Administration Console
This sample demonstrates how to use the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) 2.0 Software Development Kit (SDK) to extend the functionality of the BizTalk Server Administration console with your own custom menu items, node items, new data items and views, or different views of existing data.
Viewing Failed Tracking Data
This sample uses Windows Forms to provide a simple interface to view and resubmit failed messages.
Inserting XML Nodes from Business Rules
This sample demonstrates how to insert nodes into an XML document and set their values from a business rule by using the XmlHelper class.
Using the Mass Copy Functoid
This sample demonstrates the use of the Mass Copy Functoid to map a source hierarchy to a destination hierarchy without mapping each individual element by hand.
Using Role Links
This sample demonstrates how to use role links and parties.
Split File Pipeline
This sample uses the FILE adapter to accept an input file containing multiple lines of text into a receive location.
Using Enterprise Library 2.0 with BizTalk Server
This sample demonstrates how to use Enterprise Library 2.0 with BizTalk Server.
Consuming Web Services
This sample demonstrates how to consume Web services in a messaging-only scenario, and without using the Add Web Reference option.