Yossi Dahan [BizTalk]


Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Publishing a service with federated identity from BizTalk Server [2009] – Part II

In my previous blog post I’ve described how I consumed a service that uses ws2007FederationHttpBinding from BizTalk Server; my next task was to expose an orchestration as a WCF service that uses this binding.

In that post I’ve described what I think is a bug in BizTalk R2/2009 which prevents me from setting the issuer configuration through the UI.

When consuming such a service this configuration exists in the send port, and I’ve managed to get enough time to manually edit a BizTalk bindings file to import in order to set the required configuration I can’t set through the UI; I have tried to do the same for the receive location, but the binding file's format is different and my few attempts before my time ran out did not work.

I have submitted this buy to Microsoft, and hopefully they’ll provide a fix/some information about a possible work around; I suspect my best bet is to use the explorer OM to configure the receive location, but I just can’t get the time to do it now, so – I’m afraid this post is mostly a place holder, and I really hope I’d be able to come and update it with some more details soon.

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  • Hi Yossi,
    I am having the similar problems in setting up the Geneva STS with BizTalk orchestration exposed as a WCF service. Did you happen to find any workaorunds or any updates from MS on this?
    Any help would be highly appreciated.


    By Blogger Vivek Dahiya, at 09/06/2009, 15:31  

  • Hi Vivek

    As far as I'm aware MS are working on a fix; if you can I would suggest you contact their support and ask for it, otherwise, stay 'tuned' and hopefully I will get to post a message when it's published

    By Blogger Yossi Dahan, at 11/06/2009, 21:00  

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