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Bad surprise today, When trying to create a receive location WCF-SAP in Biztalk administration console, I received this nice message : ===========================... Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation. (mscorlib) ===========================... Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation. (mscorlib) ===========================... ......

Sometimes I need to load a stream from a file in a Biztalk pipeline and I have to determine the Type of the message. Here s how i do that : // This is for sample only. Should refer to the message stream and rewind the stream Stream fs = new FileStream(filepath, FileMode.Open); // End of stream initialisation. XPathDocument sourceDoc = new XPathDocument(fs); ......

Just read this post announcing that Biztalk server 2010 will be available from October 1st 2010. Yeah that s my best news of the day. I m worried, they dont say anything about the ESB toolkit 2.1 which was provided with the Beta version. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/biz... ......

error btm1010: The "Scripting" functoid has 1 input parameter(s), but 0 parameter(s) are expected

Using Scripts from external assemblies.

Recreate the reference to the external assembly

Reset the Scripting functoid (Reset Button) and set the properties

Rebuild. should work.



Some weeks ago I wanted to develop a WCF behavior using TDD. I have lost some time trying to use mocks. After a while i decided to just use a host and a client. I don’t like this approach but so far I haven’t found a good and fast solution to use Unit Test for testing a WCF behavior. To Implement my solution I had to : Create a Dummy Service Definition; ......

Using the String.Split() and the String.Format() methods I can format a flat file very fast.

Sometimes one need an external file when running Unit Tests. The purpose can vary according to the situations: Get information from a configuration file; Use the file as a source of data; … Here are several possibilities to deploy those files when running Unit Tests : Use The DeploymentItem Attribute on the TestClass. This is usefull for configuration ......

Usually as a developer I am logged with a user with more rights than a usual user. Even if I am not using the Admin account often I have to create one or more user with associated groups to simulate my target environment and log with those user and test my application. This is time consuming for me and i want to be sure I can retest those cases as often and as fast as I want. The idea may seem strange as those tests looks more like integration tests, but i don't want to deploy my application, t

The articles contained in this blog are intended for my use only, and to keep a trace of my work for easy reuse. Yet I am sharing it with my thoughts. There might be better solutions I am not aware off and you are welcome to share your experiences. The code provided is to be used with caution. You bear the risk of using it. The pieces of code are provided ......

After testing Windows seven for more than a month, here are my thoughts...

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