Monthly Archives: November 2009

Using Pre- and Post-Processing Scripts with BizTalk

No revolutionary news today, but I thought I would share my thoughts on a probably well known but seldom used feature. Indeed, as part of the deployment and installation of an application from a Windows Installer package, it is possible … Continue reading

Posted in BizTalk

Deploying BizTalk Applications with MSBuild

On virtually all our projects, there has been a need to perform additional tasks above and beyond simply "compiling" our BizTalk applications. I’m talking about all the numerous operations you need to carry out in order to be able to … Continue reading

Posted in MSBuild

Managing Remote BizTalk Groups with WMI

Last week, we’ve seen how to leverage strongly-typed management classes in order to manage BizTalk groups. But, as hinted towards the end of the post, the code shown only worked for local installations of BizTalk and did not allow accessing … Continue reading

Posted in WMI

Managing BizTalk Groups with WMI

As some of you may know, Microsoft publishes an extensive documentation regarding the tasks one can perform against a BizTalk group, either throught a user interface, or through script and code. It’s called, quite ambitiously "Determining the Right Tool for … Continue reading

Posted in WMI