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You do not (always) need a correlation set to promote properties in a message sent from an orchestration
03 June 12 10:48 PM | Johan Hedberg
It is common knowledge that you use a Correlation Set to correlate message by creating an instance subscription that subscribes to hopefully unique properties. The subscription is created by pointing out a number of properties that you want to use for...
Cross Reference notes
02 October 10 12:40 AM | Johan Hedberg
This isn’t a really deep how-to technical post, it’s more in the way of “note to self”. Sample Database Diagram (relations do not actually exist in BizTalkMgmtDb, I added them for visualization).   Sample Cross-Reference Files.   Firing the...
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Visual Studio (BizTalk Server) 2010 development / BizTalk Server 2009 deployment mix
23 June 10 03:52 PM | Johan Hedberg | 1 comment(s)
Can you use the updated development environment for BizTalk Server 2010 with Visual Studio 2010 while still deploying to BizTalk Server 2009? Can you do it? On a file level, yes. On a project level, yes. On a solution level, doesn’t seem like it. On an...
Oh BizTalk, why dost thou mock me?
08 November 09 10:37 PM | Johan Hedberg | 1 comment(s)
In any given integration project many different parties are involved. In some cases these parties have standard endpoints against which BizTalk operates and sometimes these endpoints are built as you go in the participating systems to meet a new demand...
April post-swebug-event resources, part 1
21 April 09 11:14 PM | Johan Hedberg | 1 comment(s)
Slides for last wednesdays session with Brian Loesgen and Alan Smith – Development & Administration Best Practices are available through the BizTalk User Group Sweden site here . Check the lower right corner downloads. UPDATE: Video available here...

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