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ESB Fault Message resubmit Issue

ESB Fault Message resubmit Issue

ESB Fault Message resubmit Issue

Hi All,

Kindly help me out for resubmitting the fault messages from ESB Portal.

I have created orchestration and exposing it as WCF Service/Web Service . In the orchestration i m handling the exceptions using the ESB.

Im viewing the messages using ESB Portal.

I want to resubmit the message from the portal for the WCF Service and Web Service.

I tried through but getting the Itinery is Not Found.

Is it required for me to create a New itinery for doing this???

or Out of Biztalk ESB provides any thing

Scenario: Orchestration as a WCF Service should be resubmitted from the portal for fault messages.

During ReSubmission, im calling the service as u guided me before.

Should I configure my orchestration(as WCF service) receive location ???

Im not able to see other pipelines apart from xmlreceive and passthrough in the orchestration receive location...

Please give me a Step by Step guide how it needs to be done

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