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Nigel Parker BizTalk 2004 Developer - Auckland, New Zealand, Using The Business Rules Engine The Microsoft Business Rules Engine is included in bizTalk 2004 and can be used in a number of useful ways :)
Microsoft BizTalk 2004 Business Rules Engine Utility to Create Updated Policy Versions From Updated Voacbularies.
Hi all and a happy new year, Sorry I haven't posted in a while but I've had a great Summer Holiday, wedding and honeymoon in Bali :) I'm re-energised and ready for a great 05, I might even sit the new BizTalk 2004 Partner Exam. Having worked a while with the Rules Engine now, and having used Vocabularies to describe my XSD schemas. I have discovered that there is no easy way to update a deployed policy to use an updated vocabulary. What do I mean by this? Take the following scenario: I have a Vocabulary ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 18, 2005 10:14 PM

Using the Rules Engine for orchestration configuration values *BizTalk Sample*...
I have been working on a few BizTalk solutions recently that don't have dependencies on SQL or external assemblies. Within these projects I have needed to get access to configuration information such as “process time out value” or “notification email address”. I have found it particularly useful to use the Rules Engine that ships with BizTalk to store such values. Why? The rules engine is installed by default on any machine running BizTalk. There is no need to modify the “BTSNTSvc.exe.config&... ......

Posted On Monday, October 25, 2004 5:12 AM

RuleSetTranslationComplexityException - Scenario...
I have a large number of messages that are passed into an orchestration/ split in the incoming pipeline and then passed one by one into a Rules Engine policy. I have discovered when I am processing hundreds of instances at once I ocassionally get the following exception raised in HAT. "Microsoft.RuleEngine.RuleS... Ruleset is too complex and translation cannot complete within the configured translation timeout interval." This is because BizTalk 2004 does not throttle ......

Posted On Saturday, October 16, 2004 4:30 AM

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