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  • ESB Guidance...part 4

    Extending the ESB Guidance If what you get from ESB Guidance is not enough, there are three areas you should look in to: · Adapter Providers · Resolvers · Services Building your own Adapter Provider When the message has been processed, it is going to be sent to its destination through a dynamic send...
    Posted to Mikael Håkansson (Weblog) by wmmihaa on Sun, Jan 6 2008
  • Grab BizTalk Hotrod to start of the new year

    The free online magazine BizTalk Hotrod has been published again, this time we are looking at issue number three. It contains more then ever, and the size of the download shows it. The PDF weighs in at just over 18MB! Supposedly the size is also attributed to the fact that you will now also be able to...
  • Consuming Pipeline Component issue fixed in R2

    I previously experienced an issue with a general purpose (not an assembler/disassembler) consuming pipeline component in BizTalk Server 2006. For those of you unfamilliar with the term a consuming pipeline component is just that, a component that consumes the messages and returns null to stop pipline...
    Posted to Be Logical - writings by Johan Hedberg (Weblog) by logical on Sat, Jan 5 2008
  • Programming WMI - The Visual Studio Server Explorer Way

    Recently Niklas posted about a tool called WMI explorer . It's a nice and easy tool to use if you want to explore the WMI interfaces and their values on any computer, especially any non-development computer. However as far as development, debugging and using WMI goes, I've come to be more in...
    Posted to Be Logical - writings by Johan Hedberg (Weblog) by logical on Thu, Jan 3 2008
  • Custom Pipeline Components Development Best Practices

    There is much to be said about pipeline component development. Online, in the helpfiles, in books there are step by step guidance on how to build pipeline components of different types (Assembers, Dissassemblers, General Purpose etc.). I'm not going to repeat any of that. Instead I'm going to...
  • Visualizing the benefit of forwardonly streaming in custom pipeline components

    When doing custom pipeline component development you need to be aware of the forward-only streaming best practice. In short this means developing your pipeline components so that they do their logic either as a custom stream implementation or by reacting to the events availble to you through the Microsoft...
  • ESB Guidance...part 3

    Itinerary Processing So what does ESB Guidance offer beyond the management and monitoring aspect? The notion of itinerary processing was all new to me, and as I said in previous posts , I didn't really understand the concept at first. However, now that I do, I think of this as, by far, the coolest...
    Posted to Mikael Håkansson (Weblog) by logical on Thu, Dec 13 2007
  • Clean up the MsgBox

    Do you sometimes end up with instances in the admin console that just wont go away? That are pending to be suspended, but doesn't seem to ever get there. I did just the other day. To solve this I used the SQL way of terminating these messages , which always seems to do the trick. But it's not...
  • ESB Guidance…part 2

    Management and monitoring Eventually I got through with the installation procedure, and got the portal up and running. Being a BizTalk developer you are pretty much neglected from any kind of user-friendly experience. -This looks really good, and it seems easy to manage. Exceptions are caught, and nicely...
    Posted to Mikael Håkansson (Weblog) by wmmihaa on Fri, Dec 7 2007
  • ESB Guidance…part 1

    Christmas came early this year... I first heard of ESB Guidance at the SOA Conference in Redmond. And even though I attended Marty Wasznickys sessions, it took me a while to fully understand the concept. I mean, just looking at the ESB portal and the Exception Handling Framework, what more could a BizTalk...
    Posted to Mikael Håkansson (Weblog) by wmmihaa on Sat, Dec 1 2007
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