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PDC & Source Code for ESB Toolkit How To Videos

PDC & Source Code for ESB Toolkit How To Videos

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Since I started releasing the ESB Toolkit how-to videos, I’ve had several people ask me for the source code for all of the components I demo’d. Well, it took me way to long to get them packaged up, but here they are finally. I’ve packaged up everything that I used during the demos and it should be fairly straight forward for you to install it. There is an installation guide (Word 2007 format) contained in the attached ZIP archive that walks you through the install process.

The reason that I finally got around to getting this done is that my examples are now going to be used for the hands-on-labs at PDC 2009. If you want to get some hands on experience with the ESB Toolkit, drop by the Hands-On-Labs area of PDC and you will be able to work through the same projects that I have demo’d in the ESB Toolkit How-To series. 

Cheers and keep on BizTalking…

Peter

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  • Hi Peter,

    Very nice packed DEMO source. I miss a step in the installation guide where the web services are created in IIS. The UDDI is pointing to the http's but there is no service yet. Can you describe how to add the services ?

    Thanks in advance and thanks for such a rich example.

    Sebastiaan.

  • The 3 demo services are not hosted in IIS. They are self hosted WCF applications. The Windows forms that they run in act as the host. If you launch all three services (i.e. launch the 3 windows forms), then you will be able to see the services via a browser.

  • Peter,

    Your Microsoft ESB “HowTo” videos and demo source code is extremely helpful.  I was able to get working knowledge about Microsoft ESB in few days without reading/buying books. Excellent work!!!!!

    I have forwarded your link to all my friends who are looking to implement Microsoft ESB in their companies and all of them have found very helpful.

    One thing I wasn’t able to figure out

    How to route same Message to multiple recipients when Itinerary obtained from Itinerary database? Is it limitation of Microsoft ESB?

    social.msdn.microsoft.com/.../45b34485-d782-48bb-9b3f-d128fe894b9c

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