Mattias Lindberg

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  • Blog Post: News about BizTalk Server 2009 and alignment with Oslo

    The roadmap for BizTalk Server has been updated with details about BizTalk Server 2009 (previously known as BizTalk Server 2006 R3). Some highlight are: Support for the latest and greatest development platform; Windows Server 2008, Visual Studio 2008 SP1, SQL Server 2008 and the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk Server 2004 SP2

    Service Pack 2 for BizTalk Server 2004 has just been released! Read about List of bugs that are fixed in BizTalk Server 2004 Service Pack 2 and download Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004 Service Pack 2 . Download, test, deploy and enjoy!
  • Blog Post: Summary of BizTalk Server Documentation Updates

    Below is a summary of documentation updates that has been published during the last three months. I would just like to add a link to the page that contain the new code samples . Core Documentation | Download The BizTalk Server 2006 Help is updated every two weeks and posted in downloadable...
  • Blog Post: An outside-of-Visual-Studio-BizTalk Explorer

    Are you using BizTalk Server 2004 and discuss if Visual Studio should be installed on production server? Then I've got the tool for you! More than once I've had discussions with customers about the need to use Visual Studio to manage BizTalk Server 2004 solutions. There is no absolute need to use Visual...
  • Blog Post: New Whitepaper: Managing a Successful Performance Lab

    A recent whitepaper called Managing a Successful Performance Lab was just brought to my attention, if you're about to perform a performance or stress test this whitepaper is for you. Even though it is written in the context of BizTalk Server 2006 I think you can utilize the techniques described in many...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk Server 2006 Developer’s Troubleshooting Guide

    I just got a tips to look at a recently published document called BizTalk Server 2006 Developer’s Troubleshooting Guide . It's huge (133 pages), it's detailed and it covers all technologies in BizTalk. I cannot say that I have read it, but I downloaded it and intend to keep it near when trouble appear...
  • Blog Post: Does BAM Require Local Installation of SSIS? No!

    Today I helped a customer install BizTalk Server 2006, they did not have much experience with BizTalk so I was assigned to assist them. We followed the BizTalk Server 2006 Installation and Upgrade Guides documents, mostly the multi-server version but the single-server Windows Server 2003 is also useful...
  • Blog Post: Webcasts on BizTalk Scenarios

    Kevin Lam talks about BizTalk Server 2006 End-to-End Scenarios: Business Process Management and Richard Seroter talk about End-to-End Scenarios: Creating Service-Oriented Solutions with BizTalk Server 2006 . It's interesting how one finds resources when one is not actively looking for them. I was...
  • Blog Post: Business Process Versioning - Updating Running Business Processes

    Continuing my coverage of best practices and patterns in the Business Process Management (BPM) scenario I examine how the problem of versioning the business process has been addressed. Even though I have been able to base much of the content from a presentation I did on this topic six month ago this...
  • Blog Post: Whitepaper Comparing BizTalk 2004/2006 Adapter Performance

    Richard Seroter's blog made me aware of a new MSDN whitepaper that compare performance in adapters BizTalk 2004 vs. 2006. You can download the whitepaper here While comparisons between the two versions are interesting I find the most interesting thing to be that the hardware used in the test is small...
  • Blog Post: Accessing and Listing Message Context Properties in Pipeline Components

    Stephen Kaufman has in a blog listed all message properties that you can access when you are in a pipeline component. I have recently needed to use some of these properties so I wrote the code below which lists all context properties. The call to ctx.Read is how you access the information in the property...
  • Blog Post: Details on Direct Bound Ports

    I'm currently working on a post about how the BPM scenario show-cases versioning of business processes. As part of this I looked up Kevin Lam's blog as I know that he has worked with the BizTalk Scenarios, particularly the BPM scenario. What I found was quite interesting! Kevin has written a number of...
  • Blog Post: Store config-info in BizTalk SSO

    Introduction I have started looking the Business Process Management (BPM) scenario and this time I will talk about its usage of BizTalk's Single Sign-On (SSO) to store configuration information. The SSO is normally seen as something that is not directly used by applications (at least I do), it's primary...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk Scenarios - Real-life samples in the box

    One of the really cool new features of BizTalk Server 2006 is that it contains large sample scenarios that illustrate how BizTalk can be used to build solutions. These are fully working implementations that showcase how different parts of BizTalk can be used. When you open BizTalk Server Documentation...
  • Blog Post: New BizTalk content on MSDN and GotDotNet

    The CSD Customer Experience Team's Blog has annonced the following new downloads: BTS 2006: Transactional Adapter Whitepaper Published BizTalk Server 2006: New Scripts/Utilities Posted They have also launched a New BPM Site .
  • Blog Post: How/when BizTalk initializes variables used in Expression shape

    I just learned something new the other day about how BizTalk initializes variables that is used in Expression shapes. I have always since my tests with BizTalk 2004 betas performed explicit new of variables that I have declared, i.e. I have called a constructor using new SomeType(). However, I just learned...
  • Blog Post: First post

    There are lots of interesting stuff happening right now! Primarily I'm thinking about BizTalk Server 2006 R2 and .NET Framework 3.0 which was both announced last week. Therefore I felt that this was a great time start blogging, lots of news to keep the interest up (both for me and for any readers). ...
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