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While working on a typical BizTalk scenario (explained below), I came across a finding (at least for me) which I thought I should share. It can be found here.



Background: Out of first few tasks that were assigned to me in my new project, I was asked to help testing team with promoting an existing partially tested BizTalk interface. After little bit of code re-factoring and ensuring that the design has been simplified (removed some unwanted logging etc.), we put code to the test. Functionality wise there were ......

I learnt something new about SOAP adapter today so thought of sharing. I never realised but BizTalk SOAP adapter by default is configured to look into Orchestration proxy code while creating a SOAP request. In other words message natively formed within orchestartion is mapped to the body (SOAP:Body) part by the adapter by using proxy code embedded in ......

Business rules do not fire even when all match conditions seem to have been evaluated to true Have you ever been in a situation when all match conditions in your business rule evaluated to true and still rules didn’t fire? If yes, then read on; you might have been stuck in same situation as mine. Today I was working to modify a business rule that I ......

Other day I was playing with BizTalk 2009 UDDI feature. With no real background in this area, I was bound hit issues. One of the annoying ones that I came across was to do with simply trying to publish my service. After standard installation and configuration, I browsed http://localhost/uddi/ on my machine with all excitement to publish my very first ......

Concurrent Convoys with Time Outs In my last project, I came across a situation when order of convoy messages could not be guaranteed. This simply implied that we should be using Concurrent convoys; problem solved, only until we stepped onto our next requirement to have timeouts implemented in case of all three (in our case) messages didn’t arrive in ......

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