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  • Blog Post: The public beta 2 of BizTalk Server 2006 R2 has been released.

    It's been long time since I posted the last one. I was pretty busy in working on the WCF adapter documentation for R2. In addition to the WCF adapters, R2 also has EDI, RFID, and WCF/WinWF interceptors. I think this release has a very high quality. The WCF adapter has been improved a lot since Beta 1...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk Server 2006 R2

    I think there will be no engine changes in R2, but this product refresh will include a number of interesting features and enhancements. For example, R2 adds EDI, RFID, WCF and WF BAM Interceptors, the WCF adapter and supports the R2 Adapter Framework and new releases of LOB adapters. You can get more...
  • Blog Post: How to suppress the annoying warning message, "The dependency 'Microsoft.BizTalk.Tracing' could not be found."

    I got the following warning messages when building a BizTalk project. ------ Build started: Project: BizTalkApp, Configuration: Development .NET ------ Updating references... The dependency 'Microsoft.BizTalk.Tracing' could not be found. The dependency 'Microsoft.BizTalk.Bam.EventObservation' could...
  • Blog Post: How to send the feedbacks for the BizTalk Server documentation!

    I attended a customer awareness workshop last week, and one of the feedbacks from customers is about how to send the feedbacks about the BizTalk Server documentations. Each topic of the online or offline documentations has the following table at the bottom of the page, If you can’t see the table, you...
  • Blog Post: 10 more samples for BizTalk Server 2006 live at the MSDN Web site

    10 more samples for BizTalk Server 2006 live at the MSDN Web site . I wrote the following samples of them. 1) Using Long Running Transactions in Orchestrations (BizTalk Server Sample) 2) Recoverable Interchange Processing Using Pipelines (BizTalk Server Sample) 3) Delivery Notification (BizTalk...
  • Blog Post: Using Enterprise Library 2.0 in the BizTalk Server 2006 applications with SSO

    Enterprise Library 2.0 was released early this year. The library consists of several application blocks for so called enterprise level applications; logging, data access, security, configuration, exception handling, and so on. BizTalk Server 2006 provides a great tool for BizTalk Server configuration...
  • Blog Post: 5 more BizTalk samples are live in the MSDN Web site.

    5 more BizTalk samples are live in the MSDN Web site . I wrote three of them as follows: 1) SSO as Configuration Store This sample provides an implementation of a sample class and a walkthrough that demonstrates how to use the SSO administrative utility and the SSOApplicationConfig command-line tool...
  • Blog Post: BizUnit Code Snippets for Visual Studio 2005

    I think the BizUnit is a must tool for BizTalk developers. But, as for me, it isn’t easy to memorize the syntax for the steps. I had to switch back and forth between a working solution and the BizUnit sample solution to copy and paste the XML nodes. So..I made some code snippets for BizUnit 2006 . ...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk Server Developer Center and the Microsoft BizTalk Server TechCenter have been renewed.

    It has been long time since I posted. I’ve been too pressed with my works and survival in the whole new country. By the way, the BizTalk Server Developer Center and the BizTalk Server TechCenter are renewed with BizTalk Server 2006. Unfortunately, my samples weren’t yet published. I wrote the samples...
  • Blog Post: “Completed with discarded messages” again

    Yesterday some customers told me that they were suffering from “Completed with discarded messages” in an orchestration using the sequential convoy. They asked me how to solve. I heard from other customer about the same issue last year. I think it is the one of the most frequent problems customers encounter...
  • Blog Post: The BizTalk Server 2006 CTP version installation guide

    I guess the BizTalk Server 2006 CTP (Community Technical Preview) version will be distributed to TechEd 2005 attendees. I used be involved in a customer program introducing BizTalk Server 2006 to real customers. When they faced the major features of BizTalk Server 2006, they surely seemed to be quite...
  • Blog Post: Notes on creating EDI schemas for BizTalk Server 2004

    Originally BizTalk Server 2004 has the limitation of adding new EDI schemas. However SP1 now allows to add new schemas and the KB article 840113 describes how to implement EDI schemas for BizTalk. I had implemented new EDI schemas with the KB article. But I realized right away that some information is...
  • Blog Post: Notes on creating EDI schemas for BizTalk Server 2004

    Originally BizTalk Server 2004 has the limitation of adding new EDI schemas. However SP1 now allows to add new schemas and the KB article 840113 describes how to implement EDI schemas for BizTalk. I had implemented new EDI schemas with the KB article. But I realized right away that some information is...
  • Blog Post: 41 (K)EDIFACT schemas for BizTalk Server 2004.

    I've been very busy for last two months. During that time, I made a converting tool for BizTalk Base EDI Adapter. Originally, BizTalk Server 2004 had the limitation of adding new EDI schemas. However, BizTalk Server SP1 now allows to add new schemas. This tool generates XML schemas for Base EDI Adapter...
  • Blog Post: Lab : Implementing BizTalk in-process receive adapter

    This MOC style lab is the second one of the series of labs that I'll write about how to develop the BizTalk adapters. Especially, this one will show you how to develop BizTalk In Process File Receive Adapter in C#. The purpose of this lab isn’t to provide every details and best practices of the development...
  • Blog Post: Follow up the BizTalk MSDN seminar

    Thank you again for attending the BizTalk MSDN seminar last weekend . There were about 200 attendees and you can fnd the picture on the event from here . As I said on the speech, I updated some additional resources for starting BizTalk server. As I said on the speech, I updated some additional resources...
  • Blog Post: Workflow everywhere?!

    You can find an interesting article about code name WinOE from " WinOE Workflow Prepped For Whidbey, Longhorn, Office 12 In 2006 " . I have no idea of WinOE itself, but if it supports the current orchestration features as well as ad-hoc workflow in one integrated engine, it will be great improvement...
  • Blog Post: Just another speech regarding BizTalk Server at MSDN seminar in 15th, January 2005

    I’ve made several speeches about BizTalk Server already. During the presentation, I often felt that the attendees were interested in the product. But, after then, to be honest I got several feedbacks that it isn’t easy to start. I have to make a speeches regarding BizTalk Server at MSDN Korea seminar...
  • Blog Post: Does the BizTalk project support the Enterprise Template?

    When you create a BizTalk project as a part of the Enterprise Template of Visual Studio .NET 2003, an additional .(dot) would follow the project name which you input. For example, if you enter the “Project1” as the BizTalk project name, the generated project name will be “Project1.”, and the compiled...
  • Blog Post: The GetServiceDescription and GetServiceOrganization methods in IStaticAdapterConfig interface

    The other day, a partner asked me the relationship between GetServiceDescription and GetServiceOrganization methods in IStaticAdapterConfig interface. The help documentation isn’t in detail enough to understand it. At first, the static adapter design time component should have to implement the IStaticAdapterConfig...
  • Blog Post: A small problem in DotNetFile Adapter in BizTalk SDK

    There is a small problem in DotNetFile Adapter in BizTalk Server 2004 SDK. You could find it when you change any receive handler property of the adapter by BizTalk Administration tool. After the modification of the value, you would encounter an error in the event log, that is “HRESULT: "The required...
  • Blog Post: Lab: Implementing BizTalk Dynamic Application Adapter Design Time Component

    This MOC style lab is the first one of the series of labs that I’ll write about how to develop the BizTalk adapters. Especially, this one will show you how to develop Dynamic Application Adapter Design Time Component in C#. The purpose of this lab isn’t to provide every details and best practices of...
  • Blog Post: A common issue of the installation problem of the BizTalk Adapter v2.0 for mySAP Business Suite

    A customer asked a question about the installation problem of BizTalk Adapter v2.0 for mySAP Business Suite. The reason was that the BizTalk Adapter v2.0 for mySAP Business Suite can’t be installed with SAP .NET Connector 2.0. You have to use SAP .NET Connector 1.0.1 or 1.0.3 for the prerequisite of...
  • Blog Post: Some strange behavior of the IPersistPropertyBag.Load method in the BizTalk adapter initialization

    When developing the BizTalk adapter’s runtime component, it is required to implement IPersistPropertyBag interface and its Load method. Through the IPropertyBag parameter of the method, the messaging engine passes the adapter’s handler properties to the adapter when it initializes the adapter in runtime...
  • Blog Post: Are the BizTalk APIs regrading pipeline and adapters confusing?

    I’ve always heard from customers and partners that Adapters and Pipeline interfaces of BizTalk Server aren’t well organized, and they seem to be COM API, not .NET API. For example, they usually use interface, not inheritance even when inheritance seems to be much more suitable. Or they don’t seem to...
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