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  113. <value>To start the application click on the 'Create Order' button below. This starts a new dialog with the Shopping Cart Service and takes you to the 'Shop' page. You can add or remove items from the shopping cart on this page. When you are done, you confirm your order and the service responds with the invoice. The invoice is shown on the 'Finish' page. At any time, you can view the status of the Service Broker conversation by going to the 'Service Broker Trace' tab.</value>
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