BizTalk 360 comes with an integrated Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) portal, which gives the ability to query BAM views, perform activity searches, check user permission and check activities time window. If you have used BizTalk server BAM functionality for your applications BizTalk 360 will automatically pick up those configurations and display it. There is no … Continue reading BizTalk 360 – Integrated BAM Portal
Today lets take a look at how BizTalk360 represents the send ports in a graphical way. It’s needless to say a picture is worth more than 1000’s words. Inside the BizTalk application, users can navigate to the send port section and see all the send ports defined for that application. When the user double-click on … Continue reading BizTalk360 – Graphical Representation Of Send Port
BizTalk360 was announced for public technology preview yesterday, you can read more about it here https://www.biztalk360.com Why BizTalk360? There is one common problem across all the BizTalk customers. i.e there is no proper support tool for BizTalk. It’s a reality people are more passionate and interested in designing, architecting and developing the software and not … Continue reading Introduction To BizTalk360
Every BizTalk solution should have some kind of monitoring in place. I remember the phrase having a BizTalk environment without monitoring in place is like driving a car without a dashboard. The best option will be to use SCOM (Microsoft System Centre operation manager) to monitor BizTalk server, since you will get out of the … Continue reading Monitoring BizTalk Server with HP OpenView
Introduction: NOTE: Opinions expressed in this article is from my own perspective. There are various definitions available for Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), the basic idea is to avoid building new applications from scratch each time and also to avoid duplicating applications, and data and business logic in one part of the organisation that already exist … Continue reading SOA, where will BizTalk Server fit in the technology stack (from performance perspective)?
I became a full time user of MacBook running Windows Vista using BootCamp (Version 2.0) for a while now. One of the issue I came across recently is trying to find out the equivalent of “print screen” Key, I don’t need to emphasis on the importance of this. According to the document, its just F11 … Continue reading Print Screen on MacBook – BootCamp
Recently someone raised this question in the newsgroup, they wanted to branch inside the orchestration based on the build of the assembly itself. Whenever an assembly is build with “Debug” mode, some System.Diagnostics.DebuggableAttributes are added to the assembly. One such attribute is “IsJITTrackingEnabled”, which will track information during code generation (MSIL) for the debugger. So, … Continue reading Determine whether the BizTalk assembly is Debug or Release build at runtime.
In this article I’ll explain how you can call a Web Service which requires multiple arguments using a Custom pipeline and a custom pipeline component in a messaging-only scenario without using any Orchestration. Normally, when there is a requirement to call a web service from BizTalk, people tend to take the easy route of … Continue reading Calling Web Service from BizTalk 2006 in a Messaging only Scenario (aka Content based Routing)
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There is always a confusion in a real time production biztalk environment about the user rights. Most of the time when run ConfigFramework, btsdeploy, deployment wizard, accessing the admin tool. Do I need to be part of just “Biztalk Server Administrators” group, or do I need to be part of “SSO Administrators” as well to … Continue reading Biztalk users and Groups