Integrating Integrators – BizTalk, Windows Azure, Windows Workflow, and Beyond

April, 2006

BizTalk Blogs

This group is for blogs related to BizTalk Server. This includes Community Syndicated blogs and Stephen W. Thomas’s blog.

Stephen W. Thomas BizTalk MVP

Insight and guidance on Microsoft BizTalk Server, Windows Azure, Infrastructure as a Service, and related Microsoft technologies.
  • Stephen W. Thomas BizTalk MVP

    New BizTalk Adapters for WSE 3,, and SQL Service Broker

    Wow, the guys at Two Connect have been very busy. They have released three new adapters for BizTalk Server 2006. They are: (integrated with them in the past through .net as a BizTalk Adapter would be great) Web Services Enhancements (WSE) 3.0 SQL Server Service They have some upcoming web casts along with members of the Microsoft Product Teams to cover these exciting new adapters. Make sure you check them out. You can get more information on Jesus Rodriguez blog.
  • Stephen W. Thomas BizTalk MVP

    New BizTalk User Group in Bangalore - India

    I just wanted to help get the word out about the BizTalk User Group in Bangalore India. It was set up and ran by MVP Lakshmi Murthy It looks like she has a lot of great things planned including contests with prizes! Get more information at the BizTalk User Group India Forum .
  • Stephen W. Thomas BizTalk MVP

    How to Get Message Context Values Inside a Map

    Carlos Medina has created a functoid that can be used to extract context values from a message inside a map! This is a very common problems and this approach is something I didn’t really consider. Make sure you check out his post . He has sample code and the solution for download.
  • Stephen W. Thomas BizTalk MVP

    How To Use BizTalk Messaging for Grouping, Sorting, and Debatching

    In a past edition of The BizTalker , I talked about how easy it is to use custom XSLT inside the BizTalk Mapper to sort data. Sorting data inside the map can be doing using inline XSLT like this: <xsl:for-each select="Record"> <xsl:sort select="Id" data-type="number" order="ascending"/> <xsl:element name="Customers"> <xsl:element name="Id"><xsl:value-of select="Id" /></xsl:element> </xsl:element> </xsl:for-each> Sometimes sorting just is not enough...
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