Yeah something like that, I have nothing on the iseries itself yet waiting for the request I know nothing about the as400 i have been having to wing this I have a file on the as400 which i have build a .net webservice to access using the .net provider and a sql query. This works fine when I test it in ie and returns all the data from the as400 file however when i try to connect to this webservice it can only see the dataset node of the xml and nothing else im guessing this is because all the other nodes are generated on the fly. I Would be interested in learning more about setting up a listener or this webservice you talk about on your site. I will be very grateful for any help you can give me Regards Rohan Sootarsing >>> albartell@xxxxxxxxx 08/06/2005 14:30:16 >>> Just so I am understanding you here. You are trying to send an XML request from Biztalk to an iSeries machine, correct? What is waiting for the XML request on the iSeries? You need to have some sort of service (FTP, HTTP, SMTP) on the iSeries waiting for the XML request. An interesting product I evaluated awhile back that allowed Biztalk to make requests direct to RPG programs is called Attunity (http://www.attunity.com/). Check out their Attunity Connect product. If you are looking to create an RPG XML Web service check out my XMLSAX parser at http://mowyourlawn.com. Use that coupled with an RPG CGI program to create a "Biztalk Listener" on your iSeries. HTH, Aaron Bartell -----Original Message----- From: web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Rohan Sootarsing Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2005 3:35 AM To: web400@xxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [WEB400] Biztalk Connecting to As400 Hello, I have created a webvservice to connect to as400 however im having problems connecting to this from biztalk I was wondering if anyone had managed to connect biztalk to as400 Thanks in advance Rohan ____________________________________________________________________________ __ This message has been checked for viruses by Corpex using the ArmourPlate Virus Scanning Service. To find out how to protect your company visit http://www.armourplate.com or call Corpex on +44 (0)207 430 8000.