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Adding Schemas, Maps and Pipelines through WebInterface to BizTalk

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Hi,

We are developing a BizTalk WebApplication where we would like to give our users the ability to create Ports/Schemas/Pipelines in BizTalk without using the BizTalk Administration Console.

We are using the BizTalkWebAdmin-2847 application available on the codeplex. This application will allow the users to create ReceivePorts/SendPorts/Receive Locations. We are able to achieve that. I've tested it and it's working just fine.

However, I was wondering if we could let the users create Schemas and Maps too? If anybody have any idea regarding what i am saying, pls get back to me asap.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!

Thanks a lot!!!
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Well, I finally gave up... There isn't really a way for creating Schemas and Maps on the fly.. from a web interface... They are supposed to be part of a BizTalk Project and compiled into a DLL...

So, in order to achieve the same functionality, we are using ESB Itineraries. We will let the users upload all the XSLT Files that they want to use to transform the message into a database. The orchestration will make use of message context properties to pull up these XSLT Files...

This orchestration will in turn be called from an Itinerary... The user will have full control of what XSLT files to apply for transformation, what orchestration to call and also decide the itinerary of the message!!!
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