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Ive recently been playing with some of the use cases you might be able to implement using Windows Azure BizTalk Services. In this case I wanted to look at the options for exposing the transformation capability of BizTalk as a service which applications could use. This is something that you might occasionally do in BizTalk Server where you simply take a message transform it and return a response. It allows you to abstract this transformation logic outside of the application and perhaps centralize things like reference data.


This sample would look a little like the below diagram.


Rather than writing a big article about this I have decided to make a short video walking through how you can do this. The video is available at the following location:

Also just a quick thanks for the WCF Loopback Binding which was created by Synthesis Consulting.

Posted on Monday, March 17, 2014 1:30 AM BizTalk | Back to top

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