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Stephen W. Thomas BizTalk Blog 100% Pure BizTalk September 2006 Entries
Working with Custom Pipeline Components in BizTalk 2006
As you know, a change was made to how custom pipelines components behave in BizTalk Server 2006. Now they can be placed in the Global Assembly Cache (GAC) as well as in the \Pipeline Components directly. So what does this mean? Put them in both place, one place, who knows? In general, when working with custom pipeline components on a development system the components must be placed in the \Pipeline Components folder to be available for the designer. When working on a non-development server, putting ......

Posted On Wednesday, September 27, 2006 10:18 PM

BizTalk 2006 Recipes Book Now Available
BizTalk Server books are in short supply. And finding one that really helps solve real world problems is event harder to find. A new BizTalk book is now available. It's called BizTalk 2006 Recipes and is currently available on for around $38. I was fortunate enough to get to work with the authors of this book as a Tech Reviewer. This book covers BizTalk from end to end and is a must have for any BizTalk project ......

Posted On Monday, September 25, 2006 10:51 PM

Adding Environment Specific Binding Files to an Application in BizTalk
BizTalk Server 2006 makes it simple to add environment specific binding files to an Application. By adding environment specific binding files to an Application, you can easily select a binding file during deployment. So if you have a Dev, AIT, and SIT environment you can have three binding files all built into the same MSI package. Of course, you will need to create and maintain multiple version of your binding files in order to use them. To add environment specific binding files to an Application, ......

Posted On Tuesday, September 12, 2006 10:46 PM

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