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Web Service without message parameter.

Web Service without message parameter.

Web Service without message parameter.

Hi All,
I was wondering if it is possible to execute an Orchestration from an ASP.NET page.
I have guessed that you would probably need to make it a Web Service but the wizard does  not let you create web service unless there is a public receive port.
The only problem is that there is not supposed to be a message to commence the Orchestration.
Is it possible to invoke an orchestration via a web service without passing a message as a parameter.
Many Thanks

RE: Web Service without message parameter.

Actually I dont think so. BizTalk is built for Message Processing. Why dont you just create a simple Message like this:


<Request>This is a request</Request>
<Response>None / Success / Failure</Response>

and pass that Message to BizTalk. Shouldnt take long to do that!



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