December 2011 Entries

BizTalk Orchestration Naming Conventions

This is a second part of the BizTalk Naming Convention. Part 1: biztalk: BizTalk solution naming convention Special Orchestration Objects <Message> =: msg_ + <ShortMessageType> <Variable> =: var_ + <Name> <CorrelationSet> =: cor_ + <Name> <OrchestrationParameter> =: par_ + < Name> <RoleLink> =: roleLink_ + <Name> Note: These objects are special BizTalk objects. They are used in different language context and sometime they use different language ......

BizTalk: Sample: PGP Encryption/Decryption Pipeline Components

A sample demonstrates the PGP Encryption/Decryption in pipelines. You can download code here. A sample is based on a sample by Brian Jones See original code here The main additions to original code: · Single pipeline component was separated to two Encrypt and Decrypt pipeline components. It simplifies the pipeline configurations. · Configuration parameters are stored in SSO, which, I hope, improves security. · File names for temporary files are regenerated randomly each time. That eliminates errors ......

BizTalk and WCF adapters: Operation and SOAP Action

One area here is not so well documented. When we are filling in the Transport properties for WCF adapter, we see the SOAP Action header section. What is it? Where we could take the values for Operations and Actions? If we use the Consume WCF Service wizard, this section is filled up automatically. But sometimes we have to fill it in manually. NP Open a WSDL for the Web-service and search for a binding section. If you add the “?wsdl” to the Web-service URL, usually the Web-service WSDL is opened. ......