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BizTalk Server 2000 Interface Reference

You can programmatically integrate applications with Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000 by using the BizTalk Messaging Configuration object model, or by extending and customizing the functionality of the server to suit your business and information-exchange needs. The interface reference provides all the information necessary for programmers of the Microsoft Visual Basic and Visual C++ programming languages to use or extend BizTalk Server 2000. This section also includes a complete list of interfaces, objects, enumerations, code samples, and possible error messages.

BizTalk Server 2000 supports programmatic application integration by accessing the BizTalk Messaging Configuration object model and submitting documents by calling the methods of the IInterchange interface. BizTalk Server 2000 also supports the use of extensible application integration components (AICs), including a lightweight integration model and support for the pipeline-component model available in Microsoft Site Server, Commerce Edition 3.0.

The interface reference is divided into the following parts:

Using the BizTalk Messaging Configuration Object Model

This section provides information about how to access the BizTalk Messaging Configuration object model, including all the reference pages for the supported interfaces. This information is provided for both Microsoft Visual C++ and Visual Basic developers. For more information, see Using the BizTalk Messaging Configuration Object Model.

Submitting Documents

This section covers submitting documents to BizTalk Server 2000, using the synchronous and asynchronous methods of the IInterchange interface. It shows how to move a document once the trading partner relationships are set up, and how to track documents moving through BizTalk Server 2000. For more information, see Submitting Documents.

Creating Custom Components

This section covers BizTalk Server 2000 support for extensible application integration components (AICs), including a lightweight integration model and support for the pipeline-component model available in Microsoft Site Server, Commerce Edition 3.0.

This allows developers to do the following:

  • Enable business applications to receive business documents, using AICs.

  • Extend the functionality of BizTalk Server 2000 by developing components to perform digital signatures and verification, encryption and decryption, parsing, and transport.

For more information, see Creating Custom Components.

Administering XLANG Schedules

This section provides information about the interfaces that can be used to access a running instance of a specific XLANG schedule, or to perform system-wide administrative tasks in the XLANG Scheduler run-time environment. This information is provided for both Microsoft Visual C++ and Visual Basic developers. For more information, see Administering XLANG Schedules.

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