Manage your Resources in BizTalk Services portal
Microsoft Azure BizTalk Services (MABS) is being retired, and replaced with Azure Logic Apps. If you currently use MABS, then Move from BizTalk Services to Logic Appsprovides some guidance on moving your integration solutions to Logic Apps.
If you're brand new to Logic Apps, then we suggest getting started here:
View the bridges, schemas, Transforms, Certificates, and Assemblies used by your application.
Once you have deployed your BizTalk Service project, you can view these items and resources in the BizTalk Services Portal. The X12 and AS2 bridges deployed as part of the agreements are also listed here.
You can use the Resources tab on the BizTalk Services Portal home page to do the following:
Schemas: Add EDI schemas (.xsd) to be used by the different message types, like 850-Purchase Order.
Transforms: Add Transforms (.trfm) created by the BizTalk Service project developer to manipulate customer data.
Certificates: Upload and store SSL certificates added when configuring a partner, partner profile, and AS2.
Assemblies: Add user assemblies that are used within transforms.
From the BizTalk Services Portal, select the Bridges tab. You can:
Search for a bridge – If you have a lot of bridges deployed, the list can run into pages. You can search for a bridge by typing the name of the bridge in the Search text box. The search results are instantaneous and display the names that match the search string you enter.
Delete a bridge – To delete a bridge, select the bridge, and then select Delete.
Deleting the bridge does not delete the artifacts associated with the bridge, or other bridges that this bridge is associated to.
To add a schema, go to the BizTalk Services Portal home page and select Resources. In the Schemas tab, select Upload to browse to the schema (.xsd). If another schema with the same file name is uploaded at the same location, you get a warning message and depending on the option you chose, the second schema overwrites the first schema.
When the schemas are added, the schema can be specified as the Message Type in the X12 General Settings (Create an X12 Agreement in Azure BizTalk Services) and the AS2 General Settings (Create an AS2 Agreement in Azure BizTalk Services).
Schemas can be customized in the Schema Editor. To use the Schema Editor:
Open a BizTalk Services project in Visual Studio.
Add an existing schema (.xsd) or add a new schema (.xsd) to the project. Right-click the project and select Add. Select Existing Item to add a schema that is already created. To create a new schema, select New Item and then select Schema.
Double-click the schema (.xsd) to open the Schema Editor.
At this point, records, attributes, elements and groups can be added. Developing EDI Schemas provides information on creating and modifying existing schemas.
To add a Transform (.trfm), go to the BizTalk Services Portal home page and select Resources. In the Transforms tab, select Upload and select your Transform file (.trfm). If another transform with the same file name is uploaded at the same location, you get a warning message and depending on the option you chose, the second transform overwrites the first transform.
Transforms can also be added when configuring an agreement.
The Certificates tab enables you to view as well as upload certificates. To see the added certificates, go to the BizTalk Services Portal home page and select Resources. Select the Certificates tab to see the certificates that have been added. If the certificate with the same thumbprint is uploaded again, you get a warning message and depending on the option you chose, the second certificate overwrites the first certificate.
To add a certificate, from the Certificates tab, select Upload and browse to the certificate to be uploaded. A trading partner’s public certificate (CertificateName.cer) or your own private certificate (CertificateName.pfx) with the password can be used.
To add custom user assemblies (.dll) that might be referenced within transforms, go to the BizTalk Services Portal home page and select Resources. In the Assemblies tab, select Upload and select the user assemblies to be uploaded.
When adding Resources, the dialog window may not remember the path previously used to add a resource. To remember the previously-used path, try adding the BizTalk Services Portal web site to Trusted Sites in Internet Explorer.
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