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I'm trying to use BizTalk for communicating between two web services. It's has to be like this: Service1 gets an input and sends message through BizTalk to Service2, Service2 responds that message, forwards it to BizTalk, and delivers it to Service1. Finally Service1 returns the response to user.

I'm trying hard to do it for days, but i couldn't manage to build orchestration without compiler errors, and i couldn't find a single piece of example with web services and web ports with typing inputs. I started to believe that this is impossible, at least with BizTalk.

The big question is: Is it possible? If yes, how?

Biztalk 2013, Visual Studio 2012

Thanks in advance.
Updated 6-Aug-13 0:44am
walterhevedeich 6-Aug-13 23:33pm    
Yes it is possible given that BizTalk has SOAP Receive Locations and Send Ports. It would help if you can send some of the compile errors.

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Yes it is possible. But before dicussing the solution I would like to know the following questions :

1. Are the services are synchronous or asynchronous?
2. Are there any common node exits between service 1 or 2???
3. How are you creating the request messages for this services??
4. What errors are you getting ??

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