capture receipts

capture receipts

Post by Jeroen De » Fri, 25 Jun 2004 15:50:36


Hi all,

I am new to Biztalk an stepped in to a Biztalk 2002 project.
We use Biztalk to send purchase orders from our ERP-system to our reseller.

The sending part is not a problem: the xml-orders are mapped and sent (HTTP
POST) correctly to the destination (destination = asp-page that generates a
xml-response). But how do I capture the response, sent by that destination ?

I doesn't matter to me in what way the response (order confirmation) is
processed (mail, saved in a file, ...).

Can someone help, please ?

Jeroendb
 
 
 

capture receipts

Post by suriya » Sat, 26 Jun 2004 02:07:33

You can use a request response port. send the request message trhough the
request adn receive the response. You need to define a separate message
type for the response and use it. Once you receive the response message,
you can process the message in the orchestration.


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capture receipts

Post by Jan Eliase » Sun, 27 Jun 2004 17:34:43

Hi.

i believe Jeroen is talking about BizTalk 2002.

As far as I know, you can not get the response from a HTTP Post. The
only thing in the response that BizTalk looks for is the
response-code. If it is not in the two-hundreds, BizTalk will fail and
put your document into the suspended queue.

The best way, I think is to have the company you are sending to send
the response to you separately and not in the HTTP Response. They can
send it to you via HTTP also - just setup a HTTP Receive Function.

Jan Eliasen

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