Category Archives: PowerShell

PowerShell Provider updated for BizTalk Server 2013 and BizTalk Server 2013 R2

It’s been a while since I’ve contributed to the PowerShell Provider for BizTalk Server. Well, I’ve recently published an updated version of the provider on CodePlex in order to fix a serious issue that prevented the previous version from launching. … Continue reading

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IISConfigurator stopped working

In the past few months, I’ve worked on a large project involving the design and implementation of a SaaS offering powered by Windows Azure. The learning curve was quite steep but I think I have become more confortable over time … Continue reading

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PowerShell Provider for BizTalk Server 1.2.0.4 Released

It’s been a long while since I did some blogging. Fortunately, Randal has been working towards producing a new 1.2.0.4 release of our PowerShell provider for BizTalk Server. This version fixes a couple bugs and I invite everyone to test … Continue reading

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Exploring Performance, Throttling and Latency Settings with the PowerShell Provider for BizTalk

One of the new features in BizTalk Server 2010 is a new UI that lets you modify a whole host of performance-related settings. Those settings apply to the BizTalk Group, Hosts or Host Instances. This is a massive feature! Previously, … Continue reading

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PowerShell Provider for BizTalk Server Released

Tonight, I’m pleased to announce the official release of our PowerShell Provider v1.2 for BizTalk Server. In the next few days, I will post an updated version for the Getting Started guide. In the meantime, please, feel free to provide … Continue reading

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Handling Resources with the BizTalkFactory PowerShell Provider

As part of the latest checkin of our PowerShell provider for BizTalk, I added support for directly adding resources to an application using the builtin New-Item CmdLet. Syntax: The syntax for adding a resource is like so: New-Item [-path] <path-and-name-to-resource> … Continue reading

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Handling per AppDomain Configuration File with PowerShell

In BizTalk, it is not unusual to have to store application-specific parameters as runtime configuration. On way to do this is to modify the BizTalk btsntsvc.exe.config configuration file. Unfortunately, this has severe drawbacks, since a single mistake in the configuration … Continue reading

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