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This group is for blogs related to BizTalk Server. This includes Community Syndicated blogs and Stephen W. Thomas’s blog.
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  • Blog Post: Professional BizTalk Server 2006 Book Now Available!

    The long awaited Professional BizTalk Server 2006 book is now available on Amazon.com. I haven't had a chance to look at this one yet, but the outline looked very good. I'll try to post an update once I get around to looking though it.
  • Blog Post: Another New BizTalk 2006 Book Available

    Another new BizTalk book is now available from APress. This book, Pro BizTalk 2006 , published by APress and written by George Dunphy (works for Microsoft Consulting Services) and Ahmer Metwally (works for Microsoft) is described as a high-end resource based on real feedback from developers. It covers...
  • Blog Post: How to Split Received Email Attachments in BizTalk 2006

    This was a question (paraphrased) on the BizTalkGurus.com Forum: “How can I take email attachments and put them as is into a folder?” When using the POP3 Receive Adapter, you have the ability to receive multiple items as attachments and the adapter will handle them using MIME processing....
  • Blog Post: How To Build and Deploy BizTalk Solutions Using MSBuild

    MSBuild is the new build platform for Visual Studios. It allows great flexibility, customization (through creating custom Tasks), and integration with unit tests. While MSBuild doesn’t directly support building BizTalk solutions, tasks are available to call the DEVENV executable and Microsoft UK...
  • Blog Post: Free BizTalk 2006 Training On CDROM

    AppDev Training is offering a free CD Training Class ! They have many great courses to pick from including a new Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 course called “Exploring BizTalk Server 2006”. If you are new to BizTalk 2006, this looks like it would be an excellent opportunity to get 3 hours...
  • Blog Post: How To Receive SQL XML Data Into BizTalk Server 2006

    SQL Server 2005 offers many exciting new features. One of them is the support for Xml as a data type. On the surface, this looks great since BizTalk likes Xml. But, we come to learn that the Xml Data Type is not supported using the SQL Adapter inside BizTalk. But, with a little effort you are easily...
  • Blog Post: Update Documentation for BizTalk 2006 Now Available

    A few weeks ago Microsoft released an updated version of the documentation for BizTalk 2006. You can download the updated docs here . The new content has some really good stuff including: - Complete documentation for all BizTalk Server Line of Business Adapters, including new tutorials, one for each...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk 2006 RTM Available on MSDN Site

    It’s a great day in world of BizTalk! BizTalk Server 2006 is now available for download on the MSDN Subscribers Download site! Also available are the SWIFT, RosettaNet, HL7, and HIPPA Accelerators as well as the Enterprise Application Adapters.
  • Blog Post: Just Released - BizTalk 2006 Beta 2

    The Beta 2 build of BizTalk Server 2006 is now available on Beta Place . This also includes a separate download for the Microsoft BizTalk Adapters for Enterprise Applications, also in Beta 2. You need to be enrolled in the public beta program to have access to this download. An updated BizTalk 2006 Beta...
  • Blog Post: Biztalk 2006 Officially Launched

    Today marked the official launch of Biztalk Server 2006, SQL Server 2005, and Visual Studios 2005. On top of getting free version of SQL 2005 and Visual Studios 2005 at the launch event, Microsoft has posted a new Biztalk 2006 version to Beta Place . The new version is the CTP Build with the Beta 2 release...
  • Blog Post: Business Rules Enhancements in Biztalk Server 2006

    I tend to see more and more clients using Rule Engines now then I did in the past. So, what can we expect to see different and better in Biztalk 2006? At the BPI Conference two weeks ago we found out some of the new enhanced features that the Business Rules Engine would have in Biztalk 2006. Some of...
  • Blog Post: How To View All Subscriptions in Biztalk Server 2006

    The Biztalk Subscription viewer is an essential tool for analyzing and correcting subscription errors in Biztalk. In Biztalk 2004, the subscription viewer was provided in the SDK. In Biztalk 2006 Beta, the ability to view subscriptions has moved to the Biztalk Administration Console. But, finding it...
  • Blog Post: Design Contest Entry - Dynamic Transforms in Biztalk Server 2006

    I should start by saying I was much happier with last year’s entry . Last year, I used an Orchestration to limit other running Orchestrations. It could be configures on the fly using the Rules Engine. I should note that in Biztalk 2006 you will now have the ability to limit running Orchestrations...
  • Blog Post: Questions and Answers from the Biztalk 2006 TAP Program

    Doug Girard with Microsoft recently posted some great Frequently Asked Questions gathered from the Biztalk Server 2006 Beta newsgroup and TAP program. It has a lot of good stuff and it worth a look at .
  • Blog Post: Mapper Improvements in Biztalk 2006

    Biztalk Server 2006 introduces many exciting new features like Recoverable Message Processing and Suspended Message Routing . With great new features like these, sometimes the map and schema editor improvements can get overlooked. Anyone that has worked with Biztalk 2004 maps has probably seen this message...
  • Blog Post: Overview of the New BizTalk 2006 Sharepoint Adapter

    I came across Adrian Hamza’s blog today. His blog seems to be totally dedicated to the Sharepoint Adapter for Biztalk. It looks like it will be a great resource for information on anything related to Sharepoint and Biztalk integration. The post I like best gives a detailed comparison between the...
  • Blog Post: Suspended Message Routing and Reporting in Biztalk Server 2006

    Suspended message routing is arguably the greatest and most anticipated new feature in Biztalk 2006. Suspended message routing gives you the ability to subscribe to messages that fail inside the messaging system. Matt Hall going into detail on how to generate Error Reports for Suspended Message Routing...
  • Blog Post: Official Biztalk 2006 Releases Information

    Microsoft’s official release of the Biztalk 2006 Beta program is now online. It goes into more detail about what is new in Biztalk 2006 and it also says how to sigh up. It can be found here: Biztalk 2006 Beta .
  • Blog Post: Biztalk Server 2006 Beta Available

    The Biztalk 2006 Beta Program is now available for sign-up. Biztalk 2006 simplifies the administration and deployment process. Some of the other major enhancements are improved BAM, executing pipelines inside an Orchestration, a flat file schema wizard, and suspended message routing, just to name a few...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk 2006 Recoverable Interchange Processing

    Biztalk 2006 introduces many new and exciting features. One of these new features is Recoverable Interchange Processing for inbound receive interchanges. First off, what is an Interchange? An interchange is simply an item received by Biztalk. In Biztalk terms, an interchange is typically used to define...
  • Blog Post: How To Call A Receive Pipeline In an Orchestration

    With the release of BizTalk 2006 Beta just around the corner, why not get a head start by seeing how to call a Receive Pipeline from within an Orchestration. For starter, why would you want to call a Receive Pipeline from within an Orchestration? I had to struggle for a bit to come up with a good reason…...
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