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This is an old-beaten-to-death issue, but I've got a couple of queries about this already. That, and a lack of anything else substantial to post, and I'm ready for my latest blog entry. Once in a while when you are using the SOAP adapter to consume a Secure Web Service (more often than not, a J2EE Web Service), you might get the following error: The ......

Enough of this spasmodically intermittent blogging! My new year resolution is to post at least once a week. So now that we've got that out of the way, lets discuss some interesting findings about the MQ Series Adapter 2.0 for BizTalk. During performance testing, our team discovered that if the “TransactionSupported... property of a MQ Series ......

My company is currently looking for 4 BizTalk 2004 resources for a project in Atlanta, GA. If anyone's interested in this opportunity, they can get in touch with: Sunil Phatak sphatak@igate.com 412-490-9621 ......

In one of my previous posts, I had mentioned Stephen Thomas's BizTalk Server 2004 Convoy Deep Dive article on MSDN. That article mentions a .NET console app that he'd written that “detects zombie orchestrations and writes the zombie message to a file location”. A couple of months back our Ops guys wanted something like that to use with MOM. ......

Okay, so that was a little over the top. Basically I wanted to find out whether I could do much with the appearance of my blog, given the fact that I am not hosting it. So my choice of skins is limited to what Geeks With Blogs provides. I have been putting it off for a while now, but today was an unusually slow day and I decided to take a peek under ......

Apparently, I seem to be the last one to see these BMW Advertisement-Shorts. These short films have been directed by some top notch directors and star Clive Owen. All in all, they serve as some nice adrenalin shots for those 3:00 PM bouts of drowsiness. Not to mention, a gentle reminder that I can't afford a beamer yet. :) ......

So we developed a custom Socket Adapter for BizTalk Server 2004, and hooked up with a 3rd party demographics and charges vendor. As is often the case in such scenarios, their application took an intense dislike to our adapter. It wouldn't send Acks for some messages, then the next message would get back 42 Acks and so on and so forth. All in all not ......

I was going through my emails and I found one from July of 2004 that prompted me to this trip down memory lane. During that fateful month, I was under some serious pressure to get our Electronic Claims solution up and running. We were using BTS 2004 and the HIPAA Accelerator 3.0 which was in its relative infancy. After mucho dll trading with engineers ......

Need to take a better look at this, but at first glance it looked good. Hopefully my days of creating Windows Applications to test my interfaces are over. Take a look at the BizTalk Server 2004 Load Generation Tool here ......

Yet another very old post from my previous blog. The BizTalk Accelerator for HIPAA 3.0 throws up a mighty detailed error in the event log when it fails during Xml to EDI translation and/or validation. These errors tend to look a little scary (they scared me at the very least). An example would be :Status report details: SRH DevBT03 200411122204111 DEFAULT ......

Yet another very old post from my previous blog. People using In-Line XSLT Templates in their scripting functoids often run into the need for looping, WITHOUT using an <xsl:for-each>. An example in the BizTalk context would be, if you had a comma separated string in the source schema and wanted to tokenize it into multiple destination schema elements. ......

Another very old post from my previous blog. A long, long break between posts. Actually was working on some custom adapters, which kinda left me with little to post. Anyways, today morning a colleague of mine was facing a problem with Sequential Convoys. He didn’t know how many messages he was going to receive in a particular convoy. Consequently, ......

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