For BizTalk Server to play a full role within the service bus, it must be able to not only expose service endpoints but also easily consume them. Let's take a look at how to create an orchestration that accepts messages through the WCF-NetTcp receive location created earlier and also calls a WCF service that reveals a single endpoint based on Named Pipes.
We start by adding a new orchestration file named
LookupOrderContact.odx to our existing BizTalk project in Visual Studio. The orchestration starts up when a new order arrives. Therefore, we should create a new orchestration message of type
NewOrder_Input. After the order is received, we ...