Darren Jefford

Solution Architect, Microsoft Consulting Services, Microsoft UK

March, 2004

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    BizTalk 2004 Web Services

    BizTalk 2004 has great Web Service support; you can create an orchestration as usual and then expose it for invocation as a Web Service by using the Biztalk Web Services Publishing Wizard which is located on the Tools Menu inside VS.NET, and you can of...
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    Suspended Messages

    I’ve been working with a customer recently around a new BizTalk 2004 project, they raised a question around being notified when a “Message” was suspended by BizTalk 2004. BizTalk suspends Messages if say a validation error occurs...
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    What is MSMQT?

    So, What is MSMQT? I (stupidly as it turns out) just thought it was a new revision of MSMQ shipped with BTS04 that replaced or extended the built-in MSMQ functionality. Oh did I get that wrong!! J MSMQT ships with BizTalk 2004 primarily to get around...
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    MSMQT, Transactional Queues and Xml Validating Pipelines

    I’ve spent a bit of time recently debugging and trying to figure out a number of weird problems that customers have spotted when trying to send messages to BizTalk via MSMQ (MSMQT on the server side), one particularly strange one was where the client...
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    MSMQT: Debugging and Getting hold of malformed messages

    So, I was discussing previously how MSMQT works with relation to BizTalk when malformed messages come in, if you have a XML validating pipeline (to ensure the validity of the XML message) then the message will be rejected and you’ll be none the...
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    If I’ve got any readers left, then you’ll have noticed I’ve been very quiet recently, I’ve been pretty busy with customers around BizTalk 2004 and haven’t had a chance to blog, despite having loads of blogs that I want to...
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