Browsing All Posts published on »September, 2008«

"Gotcha" When Deleting Suspended BizTalk Messages

September 30, 2008


Today I’m sitting in a “BizTalk Administration” class being taught to 20 of my co-workers by my buddy Victor.  I’ve retired from teaching internal training classes on BizTalk, so the torch has been passed and I get to sit in the back and heckle the teacher. One thing that I finally confirmed today after having […]

Differences in BizTalk Subscription Handling for SOAP and WCF Adapter Messages

September 25, 2008


I recently encountered a bit of a “gotcha” when looking at how BizTalk receives WCF messages through its adapters.  I expected my orchestration subscription for messages arriving from either the SOAP adapter or WCF adapter to behave similarly, but alas, they do not. Let’s say I have two schemas.  I’m building an RPC-style service that […]

Building Enterprise Mashups using RSSBus: Part IV

September 17, 2008


We conclude this series of blog posts by demonstrating how to take a set of feeds, and mash them up into a single RSS feed using RSSBus. If you’ve been following this blog series, you’ll know that I was asked by my leadership to prove that RSSBus could generate a 360° view of a “contact” […]

New Microsoft KB Article on BizTalk Database Support

September 16, 2008


If you have any responsibility for planning or maintaining BizTalk Server databases, I highly encourage you to check out the brand new Microsoft Knowledge Base article entitled How to maintain and troubleshoot BizTalk Server databases.  The article contains details on SQL Server instance settings, the SQL Server Agent jobs, handling deadlocks, how to delete data […]

Building Enterprise Mashups using RSSBus: Part III

September 15, 2008


In the first two posts of this series, I looked at how to aggregate data from multiple sources and mash them up into a single data entity that could be consumed by an RSS client.  In this post, I will show off the new SOAP Connector from RSSBus. Earlier in this series, I talked about […]

Building Enterprise Mashups using RSSBus: Part II

September 8, 2008


In the previous post, I laid out a data visibility problem and proposed using RSSBus to build an enterprise mashup that inflates a single data entity whose attributes reside in multiple disparate systems. Before a mashup can be built, we actually need the source data in a ready-to-mashup format.   For the mashup I am building, […]

Building Enterprise Mashups using RSSBus: Part I

September 5, 2008


I’ve been a fan of RSSBus from /n software for some time. A few weeks ago our Executive Director / Chief Architect / Technology Overlord recently asked me to build a real, live enterprise mashup application to demonstrate for our IT leadership group. Our goal was to show that RSSBus could be used to quickly […]


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