BizTalk Architecture, High Availability and MSMQ Adapters

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  • Blog Post: MSMQ Adapter on an NT cluster in BizTalk 2006

    Some of you may already have a preview version of BizTalk 2006 from TechEd. If so, you may try using MSMQ Adapter on NT cluster. You need to make BizTalk process a cluster resource (there is a checkbox in Admin for that) and have MSMQ service on the same cluster. In the preview bits that you have...
  • Blog Post: Is BizTalk really always stateless?

    Really stateless? Not exactly. The server architecture is stateless, however BizTalk has add-ons like custom adapters that may compromise stateless status or require additional configuration work to keep it. Here is an example. Configure a receive location with a file adapter. Now, sender puts a lot...
  • Blog Post: “Stateless” server – the concept (complexity 2 of 5)

    This is mostly an introductory piece to the next post. It covers the concept of the stateless server, which BizTalk (its processing part) is. BizTalk is built to be a symbiosis of two servers: processing server (send/receive, processing, applications – that’s the one you install from the BizTalk CD)...
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