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Old February 28th, 2006, 04:52 PM
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Default Help with my custom adapter

Adapter development lacks one basic thing... Having samples around is good, of course, but what about tutorials? I'd found a couple of nice documents about how to develop my own adapter, but I find it really hard to start, as I don't know how to :( I mean, I open the BaseAdapter project for example, I see dozens of files and I just don't get how everything fits together. Same case with the different samples, many files and very few comments make everything quite confusing.

I'd read Biztalk help, "Writing Effective BizTalk Server Adapters" & "Microsoft Biztalk 2004 Adapters: A Developer’s Guide" yet I find myself nowhere closer to being able to start developing.

Another problem is that I hadn't found any documentation about changes between developing adapters for 2004 and 2006, so I don't know if what I end up writing based on 2004 information around the net will work on my 2006 Beta2 server.

Can anyone help me getting started?

Thanks a lot!

Leandro Díaz Guerra
<b>Lagash Systems S.A.</b>
Old March 23rd, 2006, 06:17 AM
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Hi there,
Even I struggled some time before with the same situation.
Though it is difficult to write a custom adapter directly from the framework but adapter development wizard make it very easier.You just need to put your logic to a fuction and it works. Also by making some changes to the existing adapters you can derive custom fucntionalities in an adapter.
Please let me know if you require Further Help!
Vishal Dube
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