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Hi,

I have a .NET application which takes an XML file as an input and converts it into another XML file and returns the new XML file. I want to use this application as a map in BizTalk Server 2009. When an input location receives the XML file, it forwards it to the send port which sends a WCF request to the .net application and gets the transformed XML File. I am able to achieve this.

Once I get this transformed XML file, I need to send this again to another send port which sends a WCF request to another webservice and return the WCF response to the original caller.

How do i do this??? Can you please help me on this. I am struck here.

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Question by:PreethamReddy
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I think you should change your zones - maybe BizTalk Server only .. or some other EE Zones (besides VMWare)!
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Have another receive location configured to pick up this xml file and have another WCF request/response send port subscribing to this receive location.
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