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BizTalk Server 2004 Load Generation Tool From MS...
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 ......

Posted On Monday, August 29, 2005 3:01 PM

HIPAA Accelerator 3.0 Error deciphering
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 2 DEFAULTSRM 00000000 00010168 101 0 837 004010HC09translate failed 0000010000010000000000010 10168SRE 001030ProcessSegment 00053 000TS837Q1_2420A_NM103__Ren... ......

Posted On Tuesday, August 23, 2005 1:03 PM

Using recursion in the In-line XSLT Template type Scripting Functoid...
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. The following XSLT template does that for you. 1 <xsl:template name="TokenizeCommaSepStrin... 2 <xsl:param name="stringToTokenize" /> ......

Posted On Friday, August 12, 2005 10:23 AM

'Non-Deterministic' Sequential Convoys
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, he didn’t know how many times to loop the Receives that follow the co-relation set (Hence, the "Non-Deterministic" in the title). A simple ......

Posted On Wednesday, August 10, 2005 3:13 PM

On Zombies and Convoys
This post is an old one from my previous blog. This week was Load Testing week for our latest set of Interfaces. Incidentally, this was our first set of Interfaces which implemented Uniform Sequential Convoys in their Orchestrations. The implementation was more or less like my previous post. Meaning the convoys had a timeout mechanism, which lead the Orchestration to completion, if no new messages would arrive for a period of time. So far - so good. But under a realistic amount of load, we observed ......

Posted On Friday, August 5, 2005 12:33 PM

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