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TCP/IP Sockets Interface

TCP/IP Sockets Interface

TCP/IP Sockets Interface

Researching if BizTalk Server will be a solution to my problem... I need to interface two applicaitons, one of which has an old API interface using TCP/IP sockets.  Can BTS do this for me?

RE: TCP/IP Sockets Interface

I dont think BTS provides anything out of the box to provide acces to that. But it should be easy to implement that to BTS using a small c# function.

Whats the other application and the Interface to communicate with that one?


RE: TCP/IP Sockets Interface

I need to integrate two systems... InfoLease (using Integration Manager) and Artiva from Ontario Systems.  There are about 15 data fields (in each) that I need to update in each other real-time.  Integration Manager provides and XML web service/api, but Artiva only provides an API interface using TCP/IP sockets.

Please note.  We, the company has not used BTS, currently downloading from MSDN.  I have never used BTS.  We are trying to decide if BTS is what we need and can it be implemented in time (other application integrations are planed) Or do I just quickly develop my own interface with a simple message gateway service.


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