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Default Exposing BizTalk 2004 Orchestration as Web Service

I created an Orchestration that do nothing other than receiving a message and resending it to a public Request-Response port. I could build and deploy, and every thing works fine.

But at runtime –when I invoke the published web service from my C# windows form client- I get SOAP Exception that says there is "internal SOAP processing failure".

I tried to modify the Orchestration in order to do some processing on the incoming message (like adding message assignment or transformation), But it didn't work neither.



I tried the sample shipped with the BizTalk (which came with web form client). After successful building and deployment, it failed also.



Is there any special configuration that I should do somewhere in order to make this work?










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