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Stephen W. Thomas BizTalk Blog 100% Pure BizTalk March 2006 Entries
BizTalk Server 2006 RTM Now Available on MSDN
It’s a great day in world of BizTalk! BizTalk Server 2006 is now available for download on the MSDN Subscribers Download site! Also available are the SWIFT, RosettaNet, HL7, and HIPPA Accelerators as well as the Enterprise Application Adapters. ......

Posted On Monday, March 27, 2006 2:05 PM

BizTalk Rules Engine Deployment Helper Tool
Find yourself running the Rules Engine Deployment Wizard over and over again to export and import policies and vocabularies? Looking for a simple push button approach to move a full configuration from one server to another? My simple Rules Engine Deployment Tool will help with these common tasks. This tool will do the following: Export all your policies and vocabularies Export your most recent policies with dependant vocabularies Export policies based on a configuration file with dependant vocabularies ......

Posted On Monday, March 20, 2006 10:44 PM

How to set up an Untyped Web Service in BizTalk 2006
Creating an Untyped Web Service will allow you to easily submit Xml Documents into BizTalk through the web service. Make sure you check out my previous post on this topic. Create the Web Service 1. Run the Web Service Publishing Wizard 2. Select “Publish Schema as A Web Service” 3. Delete “WebService1” 4. Right-Click on BizTalkWebServce, select Add Web Service 5. Right-Click on WebService1, select Add web method, One-Way 6. Right-Click on Request, select Schema Type 7. Select ......

Posted On Monday, March 13, 2006 10:31 PM

Submitting Xml Documents to BizTalk 2006 via SOAP
You probably know about untyped messages inside an Orchestration (that is, messages treated as Xml Documents rather than typed schema). Wouldn’t it be nice to have an untyped web service to submit messages into BizTalk? How would this make life easier? You could have one web service to receive all your different message types. Then, use direct binding and content based routing to get your messages to the correct destination. This will not work for all scenarios. But, it can greatly increase ......

Posted On Monday, March 13, 2006 10:30 PM

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