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Configuration error with Enterprise Library 5.0
One part of an ISL solution resulted in the implementing Enterprise Library 5.0, using Unity, Logging and Configuration features for a BizTalk pipeline component. The pipeline was built and tested with a BizTalk receive and send port and worked fine. The configuration was initialized in the BTSNTSvc.exe.config file and redirected to a separate xml configuration file. This pipeline component was then deployed out to a different BizTalk development server and the pipeline implemented in and ESB itinerary ......

Posted On Friday, April 27, 2012 3:35 PM

Installing UDDI 3 Server on a BizTalk Dev Box
I have just installed the UDDI 3 server on my BizTalk development environment. All looked good until I tried to open the publish page on the web interface. The page 'http://localhost/uddi/edit... returned a page cannot be displayed error. The same error occured when I tried to open the Subscribe and Coordinate pages.After playing around with the configuration for a while I tracked the problem down to the page using https. By connecting to the UDDI Service Console, right clicking on the ......

Posted On Friday, December 30, 2011 12:47 AM

Creating a Send Port that can Generate Multiple Flat File Formats
I recently had a need to create a send port that could output a flat file but I could not determine which flat file schema to use at design time. Or at least I didn’t want to. I wanted to process multiple flat file formats with the same orchestration process and output with the same send port. I have my orchestration dynamically mapping the document to the appropriate flat file document schema. The generated orchestration message type is set to System.XmlDocument so the orchestration can handle the ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 26, 2011 12:46 AM

Conversion of BizTalk Projects to Use the New WCF-SAP Adaptor
We are in the process of upgrading our BizTalk Environment from BizTalk 2006 R2 to BizTalk 2010. The SAP adaptor in BizTalk 2010 is an all new and more powerful WCF-SAP adaptor. When my colleagues tested out the new adaptor they discovered that the format of the data extracted from SAP was not identical to the old adaptor. This is not a big deal if the structure of the messages from SAP is simple. In this case we were receiving the delivery and invoice iDocs. Both these structures are complex especially ......

Posted On Sunday, February 6, 2011 12:45 PM

BizTalk 2010, BAM, SharePoint and the Default Application Pool Flag
I have recently started to look at EDI communications through BizTalk. Part of the EDI features in BizTalk is the use of BAM to track messaging. Amongst the applications we currently have built in BizTalk we do some SharePoint communication. This is also a possible component to our EDI solution. We also have plans to move to BizTalk 2010 in the near future, so today I started to build my new BizTalk Dev machine. I got a bit of a surprise when 2 parts of the required set had me setting a flag “Enable ......

Posted On Tuesday, August 17, 2010 3:06 PM

Adding Custom Pipeline code to the Pipeline Component Toolbox
Add ... "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\SDK\v2.0\Bin\GacUtil.exe" /nologo /i "$(TargetPath)" /f xcopy "$(TargetPath)" "C:\Program Files\Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006\Pipeline Components" /d /y to the 'Post Build event command line' for the pipeline support component project in visual studio. This will automatically put the support dll in the GAC and BizTalk’s Pipeline component directory on building the solution/project. Build the project. Right Click on title bar and select Choose items. ......

Posted On Thursday, March 25, 2010 1:55 PM

BizTalk DB Log File Explosion Due to Corrupt Index
I have just encounted an unusual database problem. My dev BizTalk server suddenly ran out of space. Initially I thought it was the transaction logs. No luck there they were well within normal limits. I did check the size ot the 'Microsoft SQL Server' directory. It was over 8GB. The volume was traced to the LOG directory. SQL was pumping out 4 MB of error log every 10 seconds. After fighting with the server to free up some disk space, I checked out the error files. The parts appear to be: ***Stack ......

Posted On Wednesday, June 17, 2009 6:24 PM

How to Map the Selection of the First Item in a Collection to the Final Document
I recently came across a new mapping problem. I needed to make sure that the final document only had one address for a paper mill to satisfy the requirement of a standard documentation format (PAPINet). Usually the product is all made to order but every so often paper may be available from stock that was made in a different mill. The SAP system providing the information contains information on both mills. The challenge here was to remove the additional mills and only include the mill data for the ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 13, 2009 11:04 AM

How to block the creation of parent nodes when using the data flattening functoid
I've had a few BizTalk maps that have caused me to stop and think as to how to get over the problem of suppressing nodes when the child node has no data. The issue arises if you use Data flattening shape to block the creation of an element. The child node is suppressed but the parent node is still created. I just found out how to block the parent node from being created so I’m posting it here so I can find it again the next time I need it. By connecting the parent nodes to the functoid that provides ......

Posted On Thursday, March 12, 2009 3:17 PM

Installing custom functoids
I just got bit by this one a second time. So it is time to store the information here to avoid a third occurrence. If you get an exception that the functoid was not found. For example:- 'Exception Caught: Functoid not found: guid({5DE500CC-45BC-454b-A2... funcid(6123)' Check that the dll is installed in the mapper extension folder 'C:\Program Files\Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006\Developer Tools\Mapper Extensions' as well as the GAC. Geordie ......

Posted On Wednesday, January 21, 2009 4:46 PM

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