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Article Source: What is the best approach for developing a WCF client application that sends messages to the WCF on-ramps exposed by the BizTalk ESB Toolkit? I had considered various approaches: Generate an xml message from a string template using string replacements. Then submit the message to the ESB endpoint using code similar to the Itinerary Test Client provided with the ESB Toolkit. Then for the response use XPath to get the required data. - This is obviously ......

Posted On Monday, July 25, 2011 10:50 AM

Creating typed WSDL’s for generic WCF services of the ESB Toolkit
source: Update (10/06/2011): I no longer recommend the approach below. It is too much of an administrative nightmare to create a wsdl for each possible service method call. See new advise here: Question How do you make it easy for client systems to consume the generic WCF services exposed by the ESB Toolkit using messages that conform to agreed schemas\contracts? Usually the developer ......

Posted On Monday, December 20, 2010 10:48 AM

Naming Standards for BizUnit Integration Tests
source: Roy Osherove on his blog and in his book gives guidance on the naming of unit test methods. For use with BizUnit end-to-end integration tests, I have extended these recommendations below. Implementing these conventions has the following benefits: Makes it easily to understand the purpose of the test. Make it easier to find specific tests. Gives a visual feel for integration use case test coverage. Hub-and-Spoke Solutions For hub-and-spoke solutions, an ......

Posted On Monday, July 5, 2010 6:45 AM

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