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In my last post I wrote about how one can extract InfoPath processing instructions from a message inside an orchestration. While it seems to work all right, the idea generally has nothing to do with business. A better place for doing this would be a pipeline. So I wrote a simple pipeline which is basically identical to the default XMLReceive with one ......

If you worked with InfoPath you must know about processing instructions that it uses to treat an XML file as an InfoPath form. If your orchestration receives such a file, alters its data and then sends it out, you should keep these processing instructions to be able to view your file as an infopath form. InfoPath (SP1) uses 2 PI's: <?mso-infoPathSolution ......

I've recently submitted an article about DebugBreak (and, in a way, ASSERTs), why it does not work sometimes and how you can improve it to get it working always. The article is available on the CodeProject through this url http://www.codeproject.com/... ......

Today I've encountered an interesting issue with the SharePoint. I wrote a code to call a couple of SharePoint web services. But it did not work. SoapException occurred with the message "Exception of type Microsoft.SharePoint.SoapSe... was thrown.". Having played a little bit with the code I understood that the same exception occured ......

Hi, Everyone!My name is Stas Kondratiev and I've recently worked with the most amazing :-) Microsoft's product - BizTalk Server 2004. Despite the fact that you'll get a standard documentation out-of-the-box after installing BizTalk, it's not enough to get understanding why everything works the way it does. So here's the list of the best (IMO) information ......

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