Pragmatic BizTalk Services: File Sharing Service

Monday, July 7, 2008

In the previous post in this series, we have looked into BizTalk Services, opened an account and got ourselves ready for moving on to actually implementing a ISB service.  Our service is a file sharing service, that roughly provides me with the following extremely important capabilities: Let's design the data contracts first: class SharedFile {         public string FileName { get; set; } } class SharedFileData {         public SharedFile File { get; set; }         public byte Data { get; set; } } class SharedDirectory {...
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Pragmatic BizTalk Services: Introduction

A service bus is an architectural style or a service design pattern that provides a level of indirection between multiple cooperating services.  This indirection alleviates the differences in message exchange patterns, network protocols, authentication and authorization, and multiple other infrastructure mechanisms.  One of the best and shortest descriptions of a service bus is the following: Once a service gets on the bus, anything else on the bus can connect to it. (Jon Flanders and Aaron Skonnard, June 2008 MSDN Magazine) An Internet service bus (compared to an enterprise service bus), as the name implies, is a service bus...
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