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Registering an AIC

Registering an AIC

Registering an AIC


I've created an AIC inside my Visual Basic project and I need to register it to allow BizTalk to access it. At the moment, I've written this to do the registration.

<ComClass(AICOBRIndent.ClassId, AICOBRIndent.InterfaceId, AICOBRIndent.EventsId)> _
Public Class AICOBRIndent

    Inherits ServicedComponent
    Implements IBTSAppIntegration

#Region " COM GUIDs"
    Public Const ClassId As String = "05D81DFD-A83E-445D-9819-054C968CDC00"
    Public Const InterfaceId As String = "31D37B75-B6A6-45A0-AA5F-DD2BE6D52EF9"
    Public Const EventsId As String = "EC4E966C-D213-46B4-8402-C534F46F1414"
#End Region


I assumed that this would handle the registration for me. However, when I go into BizTalk Messenging Manager, I want to specify this AIC as the Primary Transport Address. The component does not appear in the list.

Any help would be much appreciated.


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