Monthly Archives: June 2010

Applying Per-Instance Pipeline Configuration at Runtime

As you know, I’m a big fan of generic pipelines. As I wrote in a previous article, I’m all in favor of having few dedicated pipelines and take advantage of per-instance configuration, rather than duplicate pipelines with an identical combination … Continue reading

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Creating BizTalk Messages using Inline XLANG/s Statements

One of the first thing a programmer moving to BizTalk encounters when authoring orchestrations is the confusion over what constitutes valid code inside an Expression or Assignment shape. Indeed, it takes a little while to understand the differences between C# … Continue reading

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Resolving Multiple Maps in Sequence with the Busines Rules Engine in BizTalk ESB Toolkit 2.0

One of the nicest thing of the BizTalk ESB Toolkit 2.0 is the concept of Resolvers that allow you to implement dynamic routing and dynamic transformation in you data exchange scenarios. A few weeks ago, Jeremie was working on implementing … Continue reading

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Checking for Managed Assemblies without Loading them

One of the nice thing about our PowerShell Provider for BizTalk, is its capability to infer the kind of resources you want to deploy without specifying an explicit Item Type. Specifically, the provider currently detects managed assemblies, BizTalk artifacts assemblies … Continue reading

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