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Following the debranding of the Nokia N95 8GB, updating the phone's firmware, and reconnecting it to the TomTom Rider, I managed to set up the connection. In June, I performed a real life test. With the TomTom, the phone, and the motorcycle, I went for a trip abroad. Just before I left, I checked the data packet plan for my subscription (Vodafone Live, ......

For some time, I had been trying to use my Nokia N95 8GB with my TomTom Rider 2nd generation. The TomTom is a complete navigation appliance that can connect with many phones through bluetooth. Not only can it access the phone functions so that one can make phone calls while riding the motorcycle (!), but it can also access the phone's data link so that ......

During the troubles with the device lock code, I have also attempted to reset the device with a few known tricks for that. Look for some support forum postings on how to do it. Will not reveal it here, because it requires you to push an impossible combination of three buttons while switching the device on. After I managed to "break" the N95 interpretation ......

Restored some references to images belonging to earlier post. Apparently, the references were lost during some archiving action by Geekswithblogs. Thanks, Thiago!

Microsoft are working on BizTalk Server 2006 R2. Remarkable news was the announcement of a specialist application for RFID, based on BizTalk. The product is called BizTalk RFID, and is included on the installation media of BizTalk Server 2006 R2. Now, what is this? In RFID-terms, I think BizTalk RFID is best described as "edgeware". It is meant to sit ......

Because I will change jobs per Januari 1st, I will be moving away from the BizTalk projects and operations. I will no longer blog about BizTalk.

An existing orchestration, that reads Siebel-messages from an MSMQC-queue, maps them, and posts them to a remote http-server had to be upgraded. Together with the upgrade, the performance had to be reconsidered, as the orchestration would be dealing with an increased number of messages. We did some stress tests and found out that it was easy to get ......

For a project, I have been setting up a schema using the flat file extension. The file to read looks like a modified Edifact message. This is what it looks like: PNA,H123 LIN,2,XYZ0001 RFF,REFNO01 IMD,C,CODE1, VALUE1 IMD,C,CODE2,VALUE2 IMD,C,CODE3, VALUE3 The schema was created so that it reflects the structure of the message. For reading flat files, ......

The SMTP adapter can be used to send messages to email addresses. By default, the SMTP adapter comes with few options: Note that BizTalk is no mail server. The SMTP adapter can connect to a mail server. So, to be able to send the mail out, you need a mail server as well. You can control the “subject“, “from” and “to“ ......

Over the past 2 years, I have developed most of the functionality in BizTalk using maps. You'll spend the days dragging and dropping functoids, and changing their properties. BizTalk maps are not much more than a graphical layer on top of XSLT, with some convenient (database) functoids, and allowing for inline scripting. It has been pointed out that ......

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