Thank for answering.
The .Net toolkit was installed already.
We worked out the problem, which is in part, documentation.
The .Net Toolkit installed files, same name different
purpose. These were the RCWs and actual .dll files. I
was referencing the actual, non-RCW (I suppose, why else
have two files of the same name and different sizes
(certainly a questionable strategy)).
I tried referencing the RCW and all was as right as can be.
>You need to have the Bistalk .Net toolkit installed
first. In Program
>Files\Microsoft Biztalk Server\the .NET Toolkit , run the
>(you may double click this file from Windows Explorer).
>This installs the necessary runtime callable wrappers to
make the sample
>> BizTalk Docs say (in part):
>> Using Microsoft.Biztalk;
>> Using Microsoft.BizTalk.BTSInterchangeLib;
>> BTSInterchange interchange = new BTSInterchange
>> First of all, Compiler does not recognize
>> BTSInterchangeLib as a namespece within
>> Microsoft.biztalk. All specified references have been
>> BTSInterchange is not recognized as a class.
>> Any guidance here would be crucial. Particularly if
>> includes references to BizTalk documentation that is so
>> bad as to be worse than useless.
>> Thank you,