First off, apologies if this question seems to be in the wrong section, I really wasn't sure where it best fitted!
My firm has just taken delivery of a new system which uses BizTalk Server 2005 RunTime as one of it's parts.
I understand what BizTalk can do, and I can see some benefits for the firm in other areas, however, I'm struggling to find out what I can and can't do with just the RunTime edition. I'm assuming I can't write any new processes/workflows (or whatever the correct term is).
We'd probably like to be able to use it to communicate with a number of different systems by creating some custom flows/file transfers, which I would have though requires more than just runtime.
Am I correct in thinking I also need full Visual Studio to be able to work with it?