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BizTalk communication - another machine between two trading partners

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Following is our requirement:
We have two trading partners called X and Y. X is the sender and Y is the receiver. We have two machines at Y (Y1 & Y2) for BizTalk communication. Y1 has IIS. Y2 has Biztalk.
X talks to Y1. Y1 should inturn talk to Y2 machine. We want the ability to forward request from one machine (Y1) to another machine (Y2). Atleast need some asp page that forwards to BizTalk machine. Ultimately we need to use server-optimized MSXML 3.0 HTTP client to forward HTTP Requests.


We are not sure how to use server-optimized MSXML 3.0 HTTP client

We tried with the following two options:
In the partner agreements we referred the temporary asp page.
1. For the above requirement, we created one temporary ASP page and tried with server.transfer to call the asp page on BizTalk machine. When tried to transfer message we got the following error:
406 not acceptable.

2. Created a temporary asp page. In that, instead of server.transfer we used binary read and sent the message to BizTalk machine. When tried to transfer we got the following error:
500 Internal server error

Can anyone help us....
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by:YogiBaar
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I suppose Y1 using MSMQ or something like that to send messages to Y2 is out of the question?

There are samples in BizTalk that use exactly that, and I've tested them successfully. Everything was done locally, however.
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We made it possible using winhttp dll...anyway thanx for all of your help
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ewizz: you mean you got the answer?
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by:ewizz
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yes... there might be some other ways but we solved with using winhttp dll
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ewizz: Thats good. Can you please write to the community support
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Community_Support/
and ask them to paq the question and refund your points?
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No comment has been added to this question in more than 21 days, so it is now classified as abandoned.

I will leave the following recommendation for this question in the Cleanup topic area:
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