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Nigel Parker BizTalk 2004 Developer - Auckland, New Zealand, November 2004 Entries
Using test driven assemblies inside transformations… *BizTalk 2004 Sample*
Nikolai a colleague of mine at Intergen is a huge advocate for “Test Driven” development using nunit . He has been using a technique which includes wrapping unit tests around methods written in C# assemblies that called from within the mapper in BizTalk. An example of a method that you might like to use in an assembly is to convert from one DateTime format to another e.g. public string convertDateTimeFormat(string dateIn, string dateInPattern, string dateOutPattern) { string dateOut = ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 16, 2004 6:53 PM

Processes for invoking BizTalk orchestrations both synchronously and asynchronously…
I know this is pretty straight forward stuff… but I have found that naming conventions chosen for these two distinct shapes (“Call” & “Start”) can lead to some confusion on how they operate. For this reason I’m going to attempt to clarify a few things here. BizTalk 2004 has two different Orchestrations Shapes for invoking orchestrations from within an orchestration. The Call Orchestration - Enables your orchestration to call another orchestration synchronously ......

Posted On Sunday, November 14, 2004 8:58 PM

BizTalk messages that might correlate (or might not) and how this is related to “Concurrent” and “Sequential” convoys…
I was working on a project this week where we were invoicing for orders that we may or may not have received electronically. If we received the order electronically I wanted to correlate with the process that received the order and close off that process. If the order was not received electronically I want to attempt to correlate on the order number but ignore any correlation failure that may occur. Easy you say? Well I was lucky enough to find this post http://sphear.demon.nl/webl... ......

Posted On Saturday, November 6, 2004 12:07 AM

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