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

January, 2011

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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    Interview Series: Four Questions With … Rick Garibay

    Welcome to the 27th interview in my series with thought leaders in the “connected systems” space. This month, we’re sitting down with Rick Garibay who is GM of the Connected Systems group at Neudesic, blogger, Microsoft MVP and rabid tweeter. Let’s jump...
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    Java EE 6 Overview

    Introduction For the past year or so I have been working on a web development project using Java. Like many Java projects, the project I was working on used 3rd party frameworks like Spring and Hibernate rather than utilizing the official Java EE stack...
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    New BizTalk articles on TechNet Wiki

    Here are a few TechNet Wiki articles that have become available recently. I have usually found it difficult to find relevant content on the TechNet Wiki so I thought it would be good to highlight a few of these. Improving performance when executing a BRE rule: Implement ordered messaging with BizTalk and SSIS:
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    The Future of Middleware?

    Normal 0 false false false EN-AU X-NONE X-NONE Today I read a rather interesting and profound statement in the book recently released "BizTalk 2010 Recipes" by Mark Beckner It was so interesting that I'd like to share it with you, it speaks of the future of which I’d tend to agree with, "in the decade ahead, middleware will be more important and relevant than ever before." "Why does middleware like this have such staying power? You’d think that newer advances in technology...
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    jQuery Part 3: Advanced jQuery

    Introduction Welcome to the third and final installment of the jQuery saga. This post will cover some of the more advanced features of jQuery such as Ajax, utility functions and plugins. Along the way I will give examples that show how to use the functionality...
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    CCNet TFS Migration - Dealing with left over folders

    Im currently in the process of migrating our many BizTalk projects from MKS source control to TFS. While we will be using TFS for work item tracking and source control etc we will be continuing to use Cruise Control for continuous integration although...
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    ISO image mounting for Server 2008

    Here’s a good ISO image mounter that works on Server 2008
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    SharePoint 2010: X-SharePointHealthScore what is this?

    While looking into an authentication problem I discovered this ‘new’ header sent back from a SharePoint 2010 machine. Health Score? hmmm… I thought, what’s the max and what’s the min values. Is this good/bad? or don’t care? So SharePoint 2010 has several...
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    BizTalk 2010 Installation and Configuration – Configure BizTalk Server SQL Jobs (Part 11)

    By default, the following BizTalk jobs aren’t configured and enabled upon installation. Backup BizTalk Server (BizTalkMgmtDb) DTA Purge and Archive (BizTalkDTADb) MessageBox_Message_Cleanup_BizTalkMsgBoxDb If you want these functionalities you must configure and enabled them. How to configure Backup BizTalk Server (BizTalkMgmtDb) This Job consists of four steps: Step 1 – Set Compression Option – Enable or [...]
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    Notes from Roundtable on Impact of Cloud on eDiscovery

    This week I participated in a leadership breakfast hosted by the Cowen Group. The breakfast was attended by lawyers and IT personnel from a variety of industries including media and entertainment, manufacturing, law, electronics, healthcare, utilities...
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    Intro into Behind the Scenes Managed Code with InfoPath

    InfoPath is a great tool for creating simple and complex forms that can be easily managed and utilized. It is designed in such a way to try to make the process easy for non-programmers so that anyone can use the software to implement a form. This sometimes...
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    Why would you want a WCF LOB SDK Adapter?

    Introduction In my last post I mentioned the registry content for registering a custom WCF LOB SDK binding as an adapter. I am still working out the details of how this should be done for a custom adapter and will be hoping how to do this in a walkthrough in a later post. To give you some preview of the [...]
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    SQL Server Management Studio: Dynamic Folders

    One of the problem with SQL Server Management Studio is it shows the objects in one list. For example, see the list of stored procedures for the BizTalkMsgBoxDb database, one of the BizTalk database. It is a huge list. Smart developers are trying to make...
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    The Queue Manager solution to the Healthcare business

    From my limited experience working for a client in the Health Care business I saw the magnitude of positive change the right solution can have on a problem. In the health care business it is often the case that patient information needs to be managed...
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    BizTalk and Gartner Oct’2010

    Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Application Infrastructure for Systematic Application Integration Projects (October 2010) places Microsoft in the leader’s quadrant for integration, with BizTalk Server and the global integration platform, as the company with...
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    BizTalk Server 2010 Adapters

    If you wonder where all adapters for BizTalk are or which ones are available when you have install DVD in virtually in your hand. There are two directories on DVD (after you mount it with something like ISO mount). One called BizTalk accelerators and one named BizTalk Server. Both folders contain a setup and when you run it a splash screen will appear. In accelerators splash screen you find links to install: Accelerators for HL7 Accelerators for RosettaNet Accelerators for SWIFT FileAct and Interact...
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    Started a New Blog

    After a long period of inactivity, decided to get active again on the blogosphere. This time however, it’s not (just) going to be BizTalk , (I’ve lately been through some “Identity crisis”… so) you will see me talking about how to protect your identity...
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    Modularizing .NET Training Part 2

    In our previous post we introduced the idea of sub-modularizing our training modules. In the course of developing for this blog posting our focus shifted to a bigger picture for this type of training. Instead of presenting the differences between training...
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    Using Google Protocol Buffers Hypermedia Type with WCF RESTful Services: A media type processor sample

    Protocol Buffers is language neutral format for serializing structured data in a very optimal format. You can think about protocol buffers as XML or JSON but lighter and smaller. This format its widely used at Google to exchange data between different...
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    First EPiServer Meetup Øresund for 2011

    It’s time for the first EPiServer Developers Øresund Meetup. Our sponsor for this meet is Know IT. The Meetup will be held on february 17th in Turning Torso, Malmö. EPiServer themselves are going to... Daniel Berg's blog about ASP.NET, EPiServer, SharePoint, BizTalk
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