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Too Many Integration Options???
As Microsoft puts out more and more integration products the decision to use what, when and where become more muddled. But fear not because I am here to be your bridge over troubled waters (Wife dragged me to a piano bar last night, so I had to sneak that in). So lets start by looking at what we have today and what we will have in the near future. Technology Purpose Future Technology ASMX – Web Services Direct integration between applications. Usually in a synchronous fashion. .Net Remoting ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 12, 2005 6:53 AM

WF Vs. BizTalk
This post is by a co-worker of mine, who sums up the differences between Windows Workflow Foundation and BizTalk better than I could ever hope to.

Posted On Tuesday, October 11, 2005 2:11 PM

BAM Milestones
So you are starting to realize the potential of BAM, but you notice that the times in your Business Milestones are a bit off. This is because BizTalk logs Business Milestones in UTC. So, I thought I would help you all fix this to show the time in your local time zone.If you get into the DB call BAMPrimaryImport, and look for a SP call bam_ActivityName_PrimaryImport we are going to add a few statements after the BEGIN statement.--A variable to hold the difference between UTC and your local timeDECLARE ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 11, 2005 2:10 PM

BAM Durations
Ever notice the duration field in a BAM query? You end up with a value like 1.102304-3e. Well BAM by default shows you the duration in days. It is iactually quite easy to adjust this to whatever you want.All you need to do is make a change to two of the views that are created for you;1. The ActiveAliasView2. The CompletedAliasViewBoth of which can be found in BAMPrimaryImport. You are loking for a statement that will look like this;[Duration] = CAST([TimeStamp] AS FLOAT) - CAST([TimeStamp] AS FLOATWhat ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 11, 2005 2:09 PM

Moved My Blog

I have decided to relocate my BizTalk (Well primarily anyways) blog to GeeksWithBlogs. 

I am a BizTalk consultant with Neudesic in The Phoenix area.  I have been working with BizTalk since the tail end of BTS 2000.  I have deployed close to 50 production systems since BTS2002, and recently decided to start becoming proficient in Windows Workflow Foundation (WF).


So what else can I say, but let the Blogging begin.



Posted On Tuesday, October 11, 2005 2:07 PM

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