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Andy Morrison's BizTalk Blog Help, I've fallen and I can't BizTalk!
Windows 2008 R2 might end up giving me a heart attack at some point. Yesterday I installed and configured UDDI 3.0 as part of an ESB 2.0 install & config. After configuring UDDI 3.0, if I browsed to the localhost/uddi virtual directory from IIS, all of the links would show up in UDDI. If opened up IE and went to the UDDI site only the Home and Search ......

Interested in learning Windows Server AppFabric? I hope so. It will be the backbone of the on-premise version of BizTalk in the coming years and based on news out of the PDC it looks like it will be moving to Azure (in some form) as well. There are many resources out there for learning Windows Server AppFabric. However, not all of them are equal and ......

Have you heard about this tool? This is a capture tool that records your actions as you perform them on your workstation, remote desktop, etc. It's made by the same company that makes SnagIt, etc. http://www.techsmith.com/ca... I have used this at several customers to record our install and configurations of BizTalk and more - this can come in ......

Earlier this week I had an ESB endpoint (Off-Ramp in ESB parlance) that I was sending to over http using WCF-BasicHttp. I needed to switch the protocol to https: which I did by changing my UDDI Binding over to https: No problem from a management perspective; however, when I tried to run the process I saw this exception: Event Type: Error Event Source: ......

When deploying the Microsoft.BizTalk.ESB.BAM.E... BAM activity (as part of the Core ESB Toolkit install) we ran into this error: --- OLE DB error: OLE DB or ODBC error: DBNETLIB][ConnectionOpen (Connect()).]SQL Server does not exist or access denied : 08001 Errors in the high-level relational engine. A connection could not be made to the data ......

I had this exception in the Application Event Log after trying to bring up the portal in IE (after a newly installed and configured BizTalk & ESB platform): --- Exception information: Exception type: WebException Exception message: The remote server returned an error: (401) Unauthorized. --- I was working in a two (application) server BizTalk environment ......

I ran into the error, below, because the host instance didn't have permissions to read the C:\Program Files\Microsoft BizTalk ESB Toolkit 2.0\esb.config file. Also, don't forget to restart your host instance (or run iisreset) after you update your permissions. Event Type: Error Event Source: BizTalk ESB Toolkit 2.0 Event Category: None Event ID: 6060 ......

Event Type: Error Event Source: BizTalk ESB Toolkit 2.0 Event Category: None Event ID: 6060 Date: 1/31/2010 Time: 7:06:00 AM User: N/A Computer: WS03_OFFICE07 Description: Parameter name cannot be null or an empty string. Parameter name: key Source: Microsoft.Practices.ESB.Res... Method: System.Collections.Generic.... ......

[Source: http://geekswithblogs.net/a... I recently had the pleasure of installing and configuring the ESB Toolkit 2.0 in a multi-server environment. There are some notes on how to do this in the official documentation but they’re not exhaustive and they don’t include details on how to install the management portal in ......

I presented at the Twin Cities Connected Systems User Group last night on the Managed Services Engine. You can get the presentation here. The Managed Services Engine is a CTP technology that acts as a service intermediary. It helps abstract consumers form the services that they call, performing things such as xslt mapping, protocol switching, version ......

From the BizTalk documentation: “The DTS package, BAM_DM_<ActivityName>, performs the partitioning and archiving/purging. Each time this package runs, it truncates another partition and archives/drops all partitions that are outside the online window.” Here’s my restatement of this: The BAM_DM_<ActivityName> package (SSIS or DTS depending ......

I ran into an issue with bm.exe this morning. Here’s the error I saw when running the bm.exe depoy-all command on a spreadsheet. Deploying View... ERROR: The BAM deployment failed. Encountered error while executing command on SQL Server "MyMachineName". String or binary data would be truncated. The statement has been terminated. I ran SQL Profiler the ......

In the BizTalk Hotrod quarterly ezine. You can find a condensed version of the article at http://www.biztalkhotrod.com The full version (huge!) can be found at http://biztalkhotrod.com/Do... The article was a ton of work but was well worth the effort. The intent was to have some fun comparing BizTalk and WF/WCF. ......

Thanks to all who attended my session on BAM last weekend. You can find the presentation and demo source code here. Note that I did not get the WCF Interception running so the XML file for that is not included - I'll discuss that in a follow up post in the next week or two. To run the demo artifacts you'll need BizTalk Server 2006 R2 Beta 2, .NET 3.0 ......

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