The past time I haven’t posted a lot on this blog, especially not much blog posts on BizTalk subjects. This doesn’t mean that I haven’t done any BizTalk related blog posts, I just haven’t done it on my personal blog for a while… I’ve mostly posted on my companies blog, where I am the sole contributor and administrator.

But for all of you loyal readers of my personal blog, I thought it would be nice to give an overview of all of my latest posts. I’m thinking of doing this every once in a while to keep all of you updated on ALL of my posts.

So here goes for the period till May 2013…

  • BizTalk error: ’The message found multiple request response subscriptions’: solution to sending messages to multiple request-response send ports
  • BizTalk file mask difference for windows 7 and windows server 2008 r2: A difference in file mask usage between windows 7 and windows server 2008 r2
  • BizTalk360 v6.0: new features explained: a quick view on some of the improvements introduced in the new BizTalk360 version 6.0
  • BizTalk Server 2013 is now RTM!: the announcement of the new BizTalk version release on MSDN, with the new features listed
  • BTS2013 features explained: XslCompiledTransform: I started a new series on viewing some of the new features of BizTalk 2013 in more detail, the first one was about the XslCompiledTransform
  • BTS2013 features explained: Improvements in dynamic send ports: follow up post on a new BizTalk 2013 feature on the Improvements in dynamic send ports
  • BTS2013 features explained: Dependency tracking: an in depth view of the new dependency tracking feature of BizTalk 2013
  • First Cumulative Update for BizTalk 2013 available through Microsoft Update!: the announcement that the very first cumulative update was released for BizTalk 2013, and that it even was available through Microsoft Update
  • BAM error: Failed to list permissions for BAM view – System.Data.SqlTypes.SqlNullValueException: Data is Null: a solution to a BAM issue I encountered

Hope you enjoy these blog posts!