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(MCTS) Microsoft BizTalk Server (70-595) Certification and Assessment Guide Second Edition by Kent Weare, Morten la Cour, Johan Hedberg

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Setting up and managing Ports

Inside BizTalk, we have both Receive and Send Ports. Ports are entry points and exit points in and out of BizTalk. All messages entering BizTalk will be received through a Receive Port and almost all messages exiting BizTalk will be through a Send Port. Even if it is possible to send out messages directly through code inside an Orchestration, this will not be the correct approach very often.

Receive Ports

Receive Ports are the entry points for messages that enter BizTalk. Each Receive Port contains one to many different Receive Locations (we can create Receive Ports without any Receive Locations, but that wouldn't make much sense since the Port would have no function).

To create a new Receive Port, perform the following ...

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