How to use Duplex MEP to communicate with BizTalk from a .NET application or a WF workflow running inside AppFabric Part 3

Introduction In the first article of the series we discussed how to exchange messages with an orchestration via a two-way WCF Receive Location using the Duplex Message Exchange Pattern. This form of bi-directional communication is characterized by the ability of both the service and the client to send messages to each other independently either using…

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How to use Duplex MEP to communicate with BizTalk from a .NET application or a WF workflow running inside AppFabric Part 2

Introduction In the first article of the series we discussed how to exchange messages with an orchestration via a two-way WCF Receive Location using the Duplex Message Exchange Pattern. This form of bi-directional communication is characterized by the ability of both the service and the client to send messages to each other independently either using…

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How to use Duplex MEP to communicate with BizTalk from a .NET application or a WF workflow running inside AppFabric Part 1

Introduction Some time ago, I was asked by a customer whether or not BizTalk WCF Adapters support the Duplex Message Exchange Pattern. The latter is characterized by the ability of both the service and the client to send messages to each other independently either using one-way or request/reply messaging. This form of bi-directional communication is…

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How to Boost Performance of the ESB Routing and Transform Services – Part 3

Introduction   In the first article of the series, we discussed the advantages and disadvantages of using Dynamic Send Ports in a BizTalk application and in particular within a solution that makes an extensive use of the ESB Toolkit. We also talked about how to create custom services to boost the performance of message Routing…

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