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biztalk thread: Transfering Zip Files in BizTalk Server


Message #1 by "Mallya, Deepak non Unisys" <Deepak.Mallya@u...> on Mon, 2 Apr 2001 15:38:01 -0500
Hi All,



Anyone has ideas on how I could transfer a Zip File from one Biztalk Server

to another.

No FTP please, as my client wont open any port, other than port 80.



I Tried using HTTP as transport address, but could not get the Zipped file

to store on the server disk.

with content type "XML", Stream object works as per examples in tutorial.



But how do I go about transferring Zipped files? Winsock, WinInet..What?



Regards,

Deepak







Message #2 by mirco.mueller@i... on Tue, 3 Apr 2001 13:02:06 +0200
The problem is not the zip-file. The problem is to transfer binary data.

Using the winsock

is a simple way to do this. I have done this and it worked very well, but

not with the port 80, because

the webserver was listening on this port. configure your webserver to listen

on an other port or make

a port free on your firewall or something else.

Also think about safileup from SoftArtisans, this company has good

solutions to solve such problems.



Once more, biztalk can handle every type of file if you don't need

informations from these files to choose

the way documents go. That's because BizTalk Server put every information

into the XML body of it's own document

definition. So don't worry about the data that's written into it.



I hope this works,

Mirco



----- Original Message -----

From: "Mallya, Deepak non Unisys" <Deepak.Mallya@u...>

To: "Biztalk" <biztalk@p...>

Sent: Monday, April 02, 2001 10:38 PM

Subject: [biztalk] Transfering Zip Files in BizTalk Server





> Hi All,

>

> Anyone has ideas on how I could transfer a Zip File from one Biztalk

Server

> to another.

> No FTP please, as my client wont open any port, other than port 80.

>

> I Tried using HTTP as transport address, but could not get the Zipped file

> to store on the server disk.

> with content type "XML", Stream object works as per examples in tutorial.

>

> But how do I go about transferring Zipped files? Winsock, WinInet..What?

>

> Regards,

> Deepak

>

>

>

>




>

>



Message #3 by Montana Payne <MontanaP@h...> on Tue, 3 Apr 2001 10:11:18 -0700
This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand

this format, some or all of this message may not be legible.



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	MIME, Binary. Look at embedding MIME documents within SOAP messages

(W3.org, I think) and that might lead you in the right direction, or give

you some ideas. Sorry I'm not more help. God Bless... 



Montana Little Bear Payne 

Programmer/Analyst

MontanaP@h... <mailto:MontanaP@h...> 

(xxx).xxx.xxxx  ext. 730

ichthus





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From: Biztalk digest [mailto:biztalk@p...]

Sent: Tuesday, April 03, 2001 4:01 PM

To: biztalk digest recipients

Subject: biztalk digest: April 03, 2001





BIZTALK Digest for Tuesday, April 03, 2001.



1. Transfering Zip Files in BizTalk Server

2. Re: Transfering Zip Files in BizTalk Server



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Subject: Transfering Zip Files in BizTalk Server

From: "Mallya, Deepak non Unisys" <Deepak.Mallya@u...>

Date: Mon, 2 Apr 2001 15:38:01 -0500

X-Message-Number: 1



Hi All,



Anyone has ideas on how I could transfer a Zip File from one Biztalk Server

to another.

No FTP please, as my client wont open any port, other than port 80.



I Tried using HTTP as transport address, but could not get the Zipped file

to store on the server disk.

with content type "XML", Stream object works as per examples in tutorial.



But how do I go about transferring Zipped files? Winsock, WinInet..What?



Regards,

Deepak









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Subject: Re: Transfering Zip Files in BizTalk Server

From: mirco.mueller@i... (11206 Mueller Mirco)

Date: Tue, 3 Apr 2001 13:02:06 +0200

X-Message-Number: 2



The problem is not the zip-file. The problem is to transfer binary data.

Using the winsock

is a simple way to do this. I have done this and it worked very well, but

not with the port 80, because

the webserver was listening on this port. configure your webserver to listen

on an other port or make

a port free on your firewall or something else.

Also think about safileup from SoftArtisans, this company has good

solutions to solve such problems.



Once more, biztalk can handle every type of file if you don't need

informations from these files to choose

the way documents go. That's because BizTalk Server put every information

into the XML body of it's own document

definition. So don't worry about the data that's written into it.



I hope this works,

Mirco



----- Original Message -----

From: "Mallya, Deepak non Unisys" <Deepak.Mallya@u...>

To: "Biztalk" <biztalk@p...>

Sent: Monday, April 02, 2001 10:38 PM

Subject: [biztalk] Transfering Zip Files in BizTalk Server





> Hi All,

>

> Anyone has ideas on how I could transfer a Zip File from one Biztalk

Server

> to another.

> No FTP please, as my client wont open any port, other than port 80.

>

> I Tried using HTTP as transport address, but could not get the Zipped file

> to store on the server disk.

> with content type "XML", Stream object works as per examples in tutorial.

>

> But how do I go about transferring Zipped files? Winsock, WinInet..What?

>

> Regards,

> Deepak

>

>

>

>




>

>









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