XML Namespace Required in all XML data?
From: Mark (markeboyle_at_hotmail.com)
Date: 27 Jun 2021 20:45:58 -0700
It seems like BizTalk 2004 requires the BizTalk Reference Namespace to
be in the XML document for both the request and the response when used
inside an Orchestration. I'm unclear why it just can't accept XML
according to a predefined schema that we explicetely define and attach
to a message instance?
For example this doesn't flow inside my orchestration (Sample 1):
But this does (Sample 2):
I've not been too concerned about it until lately when I found out
it's also required for the HTTP adapter (request/response) as well.
The concern I have is that I'm using BizTalk to post to a 3rd party
website that accepts XML in the format of Sample 1 above and replies
the same way. How can I inject the BizTalk schema in the response?
I'm using the sample "HTTPSolicitResponse" from the SDK.
Any direction is appreciated.
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