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Broken Rules Jason Hyland throws mud at the BizTalk 2004 Rules Engine & API, and sees which bits stickā€¦ June 2005 Entries
Facts and Slots: XPath Selector and XPath Field
The following is an extract from a thread at msnusers.com/biztalkservers... Charles Young explains with great clarity the subtle differences in the rules engine parsing of facts expressed using XPath Selector and XPath Field combinations (or “facts” and “slots”); This causes so much confusion. The rules engine works by asserting 'facts' into its working memory. A 'fact' is some object, and therefore contains fields, commonly called 'slots' in the world of rule engines. The ......

Posted On Monday, June 6, 2005 10:32 AM

Rolling Thunder
It’s been a busy week. I’ve been on holiday for only a week and it’s going to take the best part of a day to catch up with voicemails, emails, and blogs via bloglines. Apart from almost breaking my foot in NJ (long story) and the Yankees going down to their biggest defeat at the hands of the Red Sox, it was a nice break. Some essential catch ups; If you haven’t subscribed to the biztalkserverstuff group over at msnusers.com, get going. Scott W has posted a whole load of preview ......

Posted On Monday, June 6, 2005 10:27 AM

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