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

June, 2009

BizTalk Blogs

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

BizTalk Community Blogs via Syndication

Numerous BizTalk Bloggers all in one spot. All content is property of the original blog owner.
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    HIPAA 4010 to HIPAA 5010 Converter

    We have developed a HIPAA 4010 to HIPAA 5010 converter for use in Visual Studio 2008. After installing the converter, the steps to use the converter are as follows: Place the appropriate 5010 HIPAA schema in the same project as your current 4010 HIPAA...
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    Unit Testing ASP.NET

    Unit Testing ASP.NET? ASP.NET unit testing has never been this easy. Typemock is launching a new product for ASP.NET developers – the ASP.NET Bundle - and for the launch will be giving out FREE licenses to bloggers and their readers. The ASP.NET Bundle...
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    Migrating existing Windows XP installation to new motherboard / CPU
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    WF 3.5 Hands On Labs Updated

    The ten Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) hands-on labs were updated today on Microsoft download center for your coding enjoyment! These ten labs were initially posted when WF was new to the world and .NET 3.0 was hot off the presses. This past winter, the product management team worked with David Starr to get the labs converted to .NET 3.5 and Visual Studio 2008, make the manuals consistent, and bring the VB.NET code up par to follow the same best practices as the C# code. Once installed, you will...
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    Visual studio crash when trying to add pipeline components to toolbox

    I ran into a very strange issue today. After installing the ESB Toolkit, I tried to ‘Choose Items…” in the pipeline components toolbox: But every time I did that Visual Studio 2008 just closed without warning and the following exception appeared in the...
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    SolZip version 1.1 has been released

    Hi all A friend and colleague of mine has just release SolZip version 1.1 on CodePlex – Find it here: http://solzip.codeplex.com/ . Basically, it is a nifty way of zipping a Visual Studio 2008 C# solution. The utility is pointed towards the .sln file and then zips all files in the solution and projects into one zip file. To me this is really nice, because as of BizTalk 2009, the project files are just specialized C# projects and therefore, it seems to work just fine for BizTalk 2009 solutions as...
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    Dublin TAP program open for nominations

    Microsoft is pleased to announce that nominations are now being accepted for participation in the “Dublin” Technology Adoption Program (TAP). “Dublin” rounds out the existing application server capabilities in Windows by providing additional features to help organizations manage and run Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) services and Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) services built using .NET 4. The TAP is a program designed for customers who have specific business needs to get early access to...
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    Many interesting tools and utilities for MOSS 2007 in codeplex!

    Without a doubt, SharePoint 2007 or MOSS 2007 is the most popular and sought-out skill from Microsoft Gold Partners and Customers across various industry sectors. Eventhough, Microsoft has been constantly upgrading lot of new features with latest service...
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    Write iPhone Applications in C# using MonoTouch

    The mono project has released a new Mono edition for Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch.  This allows you to write full featured applications for the iPod touch using C#.  This is not a JIT Compiler, but is a static compiler that turns .NET executables...
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    MVVM???

    Recently, i heard one of my colleagues enquire about MVVM model. MVVM stands for Model-View-ViewModel in WPF framework (also called as Onyx). Onyx is a framework that aids in the development of WPF applications that follow the Model-View-ViewModel pattern...
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    Invoke & edit your Facebook profile from your web application…

    Facebook.NET provides a .net library for use in developing Facebook applications and accessing Facebook APIs. The library primarily geared around and optimized for developing ASP.NET-based Web applications, both FBML and IFrame-based Facebook applications...
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    Service Configuration Improvements in .NET 4

    Hello! I am Amadeo Casas Cuadrado, Program Manager in the Connected Framework team. I would like to introduce some of the new .NET 4 features (available with .NET 4 Beta1 !) that we have developed to simplify the user experience when configuring WCF services. One of the main pain points for Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) users has traditionally been dealing with large configuration files for their services. The WCF configuration schema is complex and provides users with many hard to find...
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    BizTalk WCF-BasicHttp adapter issue with http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema namespace

    BizTalk WCF-BasicHttp adapter issue with http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema namespace I am using the WCF-BasicHttp adapter to consume outer Web-service and getting the error (actually if I have retry>0, I am getting Warning first. See below: Event Type...
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    ESB Toolkit: Executing Multiple Maps In Sequence

    There are a few capabilities advertised in the Microsoft ESB Toolkit for BizTalk Server that I have yet to try out.  One thing that seemed possible, although I hadn’t seen demonstrated, was the ability to sequentially call a set of BizTalk...
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    Configuring BizTalk Backup for Disaster Recovery – Part 1

    Originally posted by Nick Heppleston at: http://www.modhul.com/2009/06/29/configuring-biztalk-for-disaster-recovery-part-1/ I’m often surprised by the lack of disaster recovery capability organisations have for BizTalk, the novel (read: ‘unsupported’...
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    Configuring BizTalk for Disaster Recovery – Part 1

    Originally posted by Nick Heppleston at: http://www.modhul.com/2009/06/29/configuring-biztalk-for-disaster-recovery-part-1/ I’m often surprised by the lack of disaster recovery capability organisations have for BizTalk, the novel (read: ‘unsupported’...
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    Using the BizTalk WCF-SQL Adapter to load a flat file into a SQL Server 2008 table

    While preparing for my webcast on the WCF-SQL Adapter as part of a series of webcasts* I ran into a requirement that is quite frequent with BizTalk solutions: merging the contents of a flat file with a SQL Server database table. I wrote a post a while...
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    Handling comma separated values inside a map, part II

    Hi all Recently, I posted a post about handling mapping to and from a comma separated list. You can find it at http://blog.eliasen.dk/2009/06/22/HandlingCommaSeparatedValuesInsideAMapPartI.aspx I came to think that this was actually also a great opportunity for me to develop my first cumulative functoid. The functoid is then supposed to take the values as input and output the list of values with a comma in between them. The functoid has been developed and added to my functoid library at http://eebiztalkfunctoids...
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    Legends of Windows Home Server -- Checkin Garfield

    It was a logn time ago, so, I guess, it's ok to tell this story at last... Well, everybody knows what "checkin" is, right? That's when you send your updated, fixed or new code to the depository for safekeeping. There is a lot of systems...
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    New Project, New Technologies

    Starting Monday morning I will be starting a new project for a client of my employer Improving Enterprises .  I’ve spent a good deal of time talking with my new teammates about what technologies we will be using for the project, and I thought that...
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