Configure Agreement Biztalk

Configuring an AS2 agreement is optional. An AS2 agreement defines how messages are transmitted over the AS2 protocol. If trading partners decide to use another transport protocol for message transfer, they can choose not to define an AS2 agreement. However, business partners must define a coding agreement that regulates how messages are formed and encoded. For more information about encoding agreements, see Configure encoding agreement properties. If BizTalk Server is unable to determine the agreement for an incoming or outgoing message, it uses the case return agreement to process the incoming exchange or generate the outbound exchange. Case return agreements are defined by right-clicking the parts in the BizTalk Server Management Console and clicking the X12 (for X12-encoded messages) or EDIFACT (EDIFACT-encoded messages) case return settings. You can find more information about global properties by configuring global properties or case return agreements. Select the control box to enable the agreement, and perform the following steps: Enter in the Additional Properties Name-Value Pairs grid for any information you want to add as part of the part or agreement.

Enter a name-value pair to save all the information about the game. You can see what you want. When an agreement is created for the first time, it is always enabled by default. The Enable option is only available if the agreement is disabled. The Disable option is only available if the agreement is enabled. Each time BizTalk Server generates an EDI message to send, an attempt is made to determine the agreement associated with the company profile to which the message is sent. One tries to resolve the contract by granting a match between the message and the agreement using one of the following options: View or edit the agreement in the contract properties. Below is information about the values that can be entered in the different tabs and pages of the Agreement Properties dialog box: As soon as you select the other profile, two tabs are added next to the General tab.

Each tab constitutes a unilateral agreement between the two parties. In the tabs, enter the properties of the agreement. This question describes how you create or process a trade agreement. a trade agreement configures the relationship between two trading partners, including their identity; the Partner Interface Process (PIP); action, signaling, and synchronization URLs; and the associated minutes. If you modify an agreement while a process is active, unpredictable results can occur. Changes to contract properties will be applied as soon as you click Resume or OK to accept them, but you cannot predict which phase of a process will run. After you change the agreement, the modified properties of the agreement are used for each new activity in a process or process. However, a process that is executed when you modify the agreement may have already used the properties of the previous agreement for a message that it processes. . . .