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Per Lundberg Random thoughts from a BizTalk developer
TFS (Team Foundation Server) seems to have some very peculiar ideas regarding branching. Previously, I've used the branching feature, and it's worked just fine. But today, it went absolutely crazy with me. What I did was this: I tried to create a branch of a solution. Seemed to work fine. Now, the problem was that the branched solution still referred ......

(This posting is a continuation of this blog posting.) If you want to implement this the OOP way, here you have the subclass code (which I'll use myself). using System.Collections.Generic; // Remember to set this to your proper namespace (or use a using statement in // the class with the LINQ projection) namespace MyNamespace { /// <summary> /// ......

Ever needed to instantiate a Dictionary from a LINQ projection? It is certainly doable, although not extremely straightforward. My first thought was to try and do this: var result = from o in ctx.Orders where o.ID = OrderID select new MyOrderClass { ID = o.ID, Created = o.Created, ExtraData = new Dictionary<string,string... Add("key1", o.Value1). ......

Looking for a simple datepicker that uses AJAX.NET (to avoid full-page postbacks), for your date fields? Look no further! I was on the same "hunt", and ended up writing my own code for it (inspired by other examples/code I was looking at). The code does all the work using ASP:NET, nothing is done using JavaScript. Below is the code for the solution. ......

Sometimes, you get pretty unclear exception messages. The message below is one example of such: Exception type: TargetInvocationException Exception message: Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation. [...some stuff removed...] Stack trace: at System.RuntimeMethodHandle.... target, Object[] arguments, SignatureStruct& ......

Well, the title says it all... I was doing some work on one of our customer's servers, when I found a task in the Scheduled Tasks function in Windows that had the wrong name. Alright, I renamed it. The next time it was supposed to be run, Windows just ignored it! Very weird indeed. The solution? As always, the "toggle" trick. :-) We do it with Visual ......

If you, like me, have set the GenerateCSFiles property to 1 (as described here) to get BizTalk to keep the .cs files after they have been generated from the orchestrations and maps, be a bit aware that it can cause some weird problems sometimes. I just had one of my orchestrations indicating that there was an error with some of the shapes. The map was ......

I've been having an error lately that looks like this in the event log: Uncaught exception (see the 'inner exception' below) has suspended an instance of service 'SomeRoutines.OrderHandler(... The service instance will remain suspended until administratively resumed or terminated. If resumed the instance will continue ......

If my previous posting was kind of sophisticated, this one is a lot more down-to-earth and basic... I've been struggling during the morning trying to use the "Call Orchestration" feature of BizTalk. A pretty straightforward feature. But, I couldn't just get it to work. If the called orchestration was in the same project as the calling orchestration, ......

I ran into a strange issue the other day with BizTalk Server 2006 R2. Imagine a map (.btm file) that takes multiple messages as its input. Imagine two of those messages being of the same document type, having the same schema. Now... make the first message be normal, like this (this is an excerpt from the full multipart input message to the map): <InputMessagePart_2> ......

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