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Step 5: Configure the Trading Partner Web Pages

Step 5 of 11

In this step, you perform the following tasks to set up trading partner Web pages:

  • Enable the BTS HTTP Receive ISAPI filter that is required for HTTP transport.

  • Set up a folder and an aspx page to route the 997 acknowledgment to the partner organization Fabrikam using HTTP transport. The Fabrikam virtual directory drops the 997 acknowledgment into the \_997ToFabrikam folder, which is called out in the Destination_URL setting of the 997 send port.

  • Set up the ASPX page to route the original message to the home organization Contoso. The Contoso virtual directory uses BTSHttpReceive.dll to receive the AS2 message and submit it to the receive location.

noteNote
The procedures provided in this topic are for IIS 7.0.

You must be logged on as a member of the BizTalk Server Administrators group.

  1. Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.

  2. Select the root Web server entry and in the Features View, double-click Handler Mappings and then in the Actions pane, click Add Script Map.

    noteNote
    Configuring the script mapping at the Web server level will cause this mapping to apply to all child Web sites. If you wish to restrict the mapping to a specific Web site or virtual folder, select the target site or folder instead of the Web server.

  3. In the Add Script Map dialog box, enter BtsHttpReceive.dll in the Request path field.

  4. In the Executable field, click the ellipsis (…) button and browse to drive:\Program Files\Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010\HttpReceive. Select BtsHttpReceive.dll, and then click OK.

  5. Enter BizTalk HTTP Receive in the Name field, and then click Request Restrictions.

  6. In the Request Restrictions dialog box, select the Verbs tab and then select One of the following verbs. Enter POST as the verb.

  7. On the Access tab, select Script, and then click OK.

  8. Click OK and when prompted to allow the ISAPI extension, click Yes.

  9. Right-click the BTSHttpReceive.dll entry, and then select Edit Feature Permissions.

  10. Ensure that Read, Script and Execute are selected, and then click OK.

  11. Click Features View, and then double-click ISAPI and CGI Restrictions.

  12. Ensure that an entry for BTSHTTPReceive.dll exists, and that Restriction is set to Allowed.

    noteNote
    The ISAPI and CGI Restriction entry for BTSHTTPReceive.dll is created automatically when you create the script map.

  1. In IIS Manager, right-click Application Pools and select Add Application Pool.

  2. In the Add Application Pool dialog box, enter BizTalkAppPool in Name, and then select .NET Framework V4.0.30210 in the .NET Framework version drop-down list. Click OK.

    noteNote
    The version number may vary depending on the version of .NET Framework 4 installed on the machine.

  3. Select Application Pools, in the Features View select BizTalkAppPool, and then click Advanced Settings in the Actions pane.

  4. In the Advanced Settings dialog box, set Enable 32-Bit Applications to True.

    noteNote
    This step is required only on a 64-bit machine if you want IIS to run in a 32-bit mode.

  5. Select Identity and then click the ellipsis (…) button.

  6. In the Application Pool Identity dialog box, select Custom account and then click Set.

  7. Enter the User name and Password for a user account that is a member of the administrators group, enter the password in Confirm password and then click OK three times to return to the IIS Manager.

  8. In IIS Manager, open the Sites folder. Right-click the Default Web Site, and then select Add Application.

  9. In the Add Application dialog box, enter Fabrikam in Alias, and then click Select.

  10. In the Select Application Pool dialog box, select BizTalkAppPool and click OK.

  11. Click the ellipsis (…) button and browse to drive:\Program Files\Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010\SDK\AS2 Tutorial\Fabrikam for the Physical path.

  12. Click Test Settings and verify that there are no errors displayed in the Test Connection dialog box. Click Close, and then click OK.

  13. In IIS Manager, select the Fabrikam virtual directory and in Features View, double-click Authentication.

  14. In Authentication, select Anonymous Authentication and verify that the Status is Enabled. If the Status is Disabled, click Enable in the Actions pane.

  1. In IIS Manager, open the Sites folder. Right-click the Default Web Site and then select Add Application.

  2. In the Add Application dialog box, enter Contoso in Alias, and then click Select.

  3. In the Select Application Pool dialog box, select BizTalkAppPool and click OK.

    noteNote
    The BizTalkAppPool was created previously when configuring the Fabrikam Web page, and should be set to the identity of a user that is a member of the administrators group.

  4. Click the ellipsis (…) button and browse to drive:\Program Files\Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010\HttpReceive for the Physical path.

  5. Click Test Settings and verify that there are no errors displayed in the Test Connection dialog box. Click Close, and then click OK.

  6. In IIS Manager, select the Contoso virtual directory and in the Features View, double-click Authentication.

  7. In Authentication, select Anonymous Authentication and verify that the Status is Enabled. If the Status is Disabled, click Enable in the Actions pane.

You configure the receive location (Receive_AS2) to receive the AS2 message from Fabrikam, as described in Step 6: Configure the EDI/AS2 Receive Location.

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