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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: JSON Schemas in BizTalk Server 2013 R2

    This is the third in a series of posts exploring What’s New in BizTalk Server 2013 R2. It is also the first in a series of three posts covering the enhancements to BizTalk Server’s support for RESTful services in the 2003 R2 release. In my blog post series covering the last release of BizTalk Server...
  • Blog Post: Sentinet – Leverage the standard WCF extensibility points

    Sentinet is highly extendable through standard Microsoft .NET, WCF and WIF extensibility points, and thorough the Sentinet API interfaces. In the previous post we saw how to build a custom access rule expression (standard .NET library), With this post I would like to continue the serie about the Sentinet...
  • Blog Post: SOA and API Management with Sentinet

    Sentinet is a lightweight and scalable SOA and API management platform that helps to define, secure and evolve your API program.
  • Blog Post: BRE Pipeline Framework Example – Promote Distinguished Properties

    While exposing a REST service from BizTalk I wanted to quickly change some distinguished properties to promoted properties . Rather than roll my own pipeline component I decided to to try out the BRE Pipeline Component Framework that has been released on Codeplex by one of my mates, Johann Cooper. Johann...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk 2013–Integration with Amazon S3 storage using the WebHttp Adapter

    I have recently encountered a requirement where we had to integrate a legacy Document Management system with Amazon in order to support a Mobile-Field Worker application. The core requirement is that when a document reaches a certain state within the Document Management System, we need to publish this...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk Server 2013: Connect to Window Azure Blob Storage Article

    On of the demo’s during Developing Hybrid Solutions with Microsoft BizTalk Server 2013 and Windows Azure presentation talk was about connecting to Windows Azure Storage and pushing a document to a blob container. Based on that demo I created a TechNet Wiki article. What was missing in the demo was functionality...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk Server 2013 Support for RESTful Services (Part 5/5)

    This post is the seventeenth in a weekly series intended to briefly spotlight those things that you need to know about new features in BizTalk Server 2013. It is also the final part of a five-part series on REST support in BizTalk Server 2013. I’m going to forego a long introduction this week by...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk Server 2013 Support for RESTful Services (Part 4/5)

    This post is the sixteenth in a weekly series intended to briefly spotlight those things that you need to know about new features in BizTalk Server 2013. It is also the fourth part of a five-part series on REST support in BizTalk Server 2013. If you haven’t been following the REST series, stop reading...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk Server 2013 Support for RESTful Services (Part 3/5)

    This post is the fifteenth in a weekly series intended to briefly spotlight those things that you need to know about new features in BizTalk Server 2013. It is also the third part of a five-part series on REST support in BizTalk Server 2013. Last week’s post worked through how one would use BizTalk Server...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk Server 2013 Support for RESTful Services (Part 2/5)

    This post is the fourteenth in a weekly series intended to briefly spotlight those things that you need to know about new features in BizTalk Server 2013. It is also the first part of a five-part series on REST support in BizTalk Server 2013. Last week we started out with a bit of an overview […...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk Server 2013 Support for RESTful Services (Part 1/5)

    This post is the thirteenth in a weekly series intended to briefly spotlight those things that you need to know about new features in BizTalk Server 2013. It is also the first part of a five-part series on REST support in BizTalk Server 2013. BizTalk Server 2013 is trying to make BizTalk Server not only...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk REST Support Resources

    Microsoft offers REST support in BizTalk Server 2013 through the WCF-WebHttp Adapter. Something that has been anticipated by BizTalk developers for sometime. With BizTalk Server 2010 there was already quite a demand resulting: in a TechNet Wiki Article called Invoke ReSTful Web Services with BizTalk...
  • Blog Post: Exposing REST Endpoints – HTTP GET with No Query String

    Seroter has given two examples of exposing REST endpoints from BizTalk that except POST, PUT and DELETE. I was surprized that when I searched for some examples of people exposing a REST endpoint that used a GET ,I could not find any. I have decided to write about my experiences here. Why did I want ...
  • Blog Post: Using HttpHeaders with WCF-WebHttp Adapter on Biztalk 2013

    On the latest version of BizTalk (2013): a new adapter was introduced for natively working with REST endpoints, using WCF technology: the WCF-WebHttp Adapter. After the beta version was released we could find some very good articles about this adapter, but since it is a new adapter there's a lot...
  • Blog Post: RESTfully GETting JSON Formatted Data with BizTalk 2013

    With the new WCF-WebHttp Adapter that shipped in BizTalk Server 2013 we now have the ability to specify which HTTP verbs to use – this opens up the possibility of invoking RESTful style applications. In this post, I’ll investigate how we can RESTfully invoke an endpoint that exposes data...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk and Rest Example from BizTalk Saturday

    This is one of my demonstrations from BizTalk Saturday at Auckland on 9/02/2013. This event was organised by Bill Chestnut and Nikolai Blackie. I was asked if you could use the same ReST send adapter and dynamically send different ReSTful requests. For example can we use a send adapter to send two GETS...
  • Blog Post: Integration Patterns with Azure Service Bus Relay, Part 3: Anonymous partial-trust consumer

    This is the second in the IPASBR series, see also: Integration Patterns with Azure Service Bus Relay, Part 1: Exposing the on-premise service Integration Patterns with Azure Service Bus Relay, Part 2: Anonymous full-trust .NET consumer As the patterns get further from the simple .NET full-trust consumer...
  • Blog Post: Integration Patterns with Azure Service Bus Relay, Part 1: Exposing the on-premise service

    We're in the process of delivering an enabling project to expose on-premise WCF services securely to Internet consumers. The Azure Service Bus Relay is doing the clever stuff, we register our on-premise service with Azure, consumers call into our .servicebus.windows.net namespace, and their requests...
  • Blog Post: Consuming JSON endpoint with BizTalk 2010 R2 REST WCF-WebHttp adapter

    In the previous article we looked at some of the basic GET operations we can perform using the new REST (WCF-WebHttp) adapter that ships with BizTalk Server 2010 R2. All our examples are based on XML data formats. One of the readers asked the question in the comments, how we can consume a REST end [...
  • Blog Post: REST (WCF-WebHttp) adapter in BizTalk Server 2010 R2

    REST is getting wider adoption recently mainly due to the popularity of mobile devices and light weight rich (Ajax) web applications. In such scenarios usage of SOAP based services looks bit of overhead with lot of additional elements and attributes. Majority of the open API’s these days are exposed...
  • Blog Post: WCF REST Error Handler

    I’ve put up on GitHub a sample WCF error handler for REST services , which returns proper HTTP status codes in response to service errors. The code is very simple – a ServiceBehavior implementation which can be specified in config to tag the RestErrorHandler to a service. Any uncaught exceptions will...
  • Blog Post: REST Start Kit for BizTalk Server

    The REST Start Kit for BizTalk Server is about providing support for GET, POST, PUT and DELETE operation, for both Receive and Send ports together with support for both XML and JSON. In a former post , I showed how to expose REST services from BizTalk. However I never got it to work for GET operations...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk with ReST

    There is a great article posted by Microsoft which explains how BizTalk can be configured to call a ReST service. You can find it here. Althought this article is based on BizTalk 2010 (.net 4.0), I have tested this with BizTalk 2009 (.net 3.5) and it works. Check it out! Blog Post by: DipeshA
  • Blog Post: Exposing JSON/REST endpoints from BizTalk

    Solutions for consuming REST services from BizTalk has been around for a while, and Jon Flanders has an excellent post about it . However, very little has been told about exposing REST endpoints, and even less using JSON . If you don’t know about JSON, it’s a lightweight data format, commonly used by...
  • Blog Post: My Speaking Engagements in the Last Two Months

    I’ve been so busy lately with the activities around Moesion that I haven’t had time to blog about a couple of great conferences I had the opportunity to speak at in the last two months. Software Architect Conference, UK ( http://www.software-architect...( read more ) Blog Post by: gsusx
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