BizTalk360 jointly organizes GWAB 2014 in Coimbatore, India

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Global Windows Azure Bootcamp 2014 (#GWAB) is a free one-day training event, taking place on the 29th of March 2014 in 138 locations registered in 57 Countries, driven by local Windows Azure community enthusiasts and experts. It Continue Reading...

How to access BizTalk Application Resources programmatically?

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One of the interesting things being an ISV (Independent software vendor) building BizTalk360 focused on BizTalk server is, the API's to access BizTalk Server resources are always limited and you need to go under the cover. In the Continue Reading...

What did the attendees say about BizTalk Summit 2014, London?

We are very honoured and humbled to see such a positive response from the entire BizTalk community. We are blown away from the feedback. I'm in the process of writing a detailed story explaining how we organised this great event Continue Reading...

BizTalk Summit 2014, London– Day 2 summary from tweets

The first day of BizTalk Summit 2014, London event was a great success, everyone of them seem to enjoyed it very much and found it really useful. One of the best quote I've received personally on my email is from Jon Fancey I Continue Reading...

BizTalk Server Tip #30: Use ETW for high performance tracking

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Use Event Tracking for Windows (ETW) for a high performance tracking and debugging of your BizTalk Applications. Since this method uses some high performance structures within Windows to host tracking the impact is near zero if Continue Reading...

BizTalk Summit 2014, London– Day 1 summary from tweets

One of the objective for us in the event is to promote the #msbts twitter hash tag and wanted to bring more people from BizTalk integration community to come and share valuable information in public. We are very pleased to see the Continue Reading...

BizTalk Server Tip #29: Develop adapter using WCF

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When developing new adapters create a Custom WCF Channel or use the WCF LOB SDK as a reference starting point, this will allow you to create a scalable and easy to host adapter that can be used across other .NET solutions. This Continue Reading...

BizTalk Server Tip #28: Avoid Orchestrations when possible

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Use static routing, content based routing or itineraries to avoid using Orchestrations and use routing of failed messages for advance error handling since messaging doesn’t provide a rich error handling capability. This approach Continue Reading...

BizTalk Server Tip #27: Implement a Enterprise Service Bus using the ESB Toolkit

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Use ESB Toolkit to implement a dynamic self-adapting solution. It enables the implementation of the ESB pattern within BizTalk by maximizing the re-use of services while at the same time maintaining the flexibility to easily Continue Reading...

BizTalk Server Tip #26: Test 100% of your code

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Guarantee full code coverage by running Orchestration Profiler of tracking data of your load tests. When testing your BizTalk Applications it is important to guarantee all code is executed, even the error paths. The Orchestration Continue Reading...