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Backing up the SSO Master Secret Key
As I seem to keep misplacing my cheat sheets, I thought I'd post it. (Hopefully to be seen by others.) Until this step is complete you will be seeing this warning in your BizTalk Server Event Logs: "The master secret has not been backed up. If you lose the master secret all the information stored in the SSO system will be lost permanently and your systems may fail to work correctly. Please use the SSO admin tools to back up your master secret." *And remember you need to either be a local administrator ......

Posted On Monday, May 16, 2005 10:18 PM

Adding External Tools in Visual Studio for Installing/Removing assemblies to/from the GAC
First you open visual studio and goto Tools in the Menu bar and all the way towards the bottom of the list you'll see External Tools (click on that). Once that is open you will see a list of Menu Contents, to the right you will see an add and delete button. Click on the Add button. Once that is done you will see a [New Tool 1] entry into the bottom of the list. Fill out the Title (to your liking) For this sample I used 'Install to GAC' and 'Remove from GAC' For the Command Field, point to the gacutil.exe ......

Posted On Monday, May 16, 2005 9:42 PM

BizTalk 2004 Web Service Publishing Wizard Issue (Windows Server 2003)
A few months ago I ran into a problem when creating a Web Service out of an orchestrationand I was scratching my head a bit (as I've done this 50+ times with not 1 problem) but afterfiddling around a bit I finally found the answer:I was getting the following error while attempting to publish the orchestration as a web service:"project folder at "http://localhost/MyProject... cannot be opened with path "C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\MyProje... unable to create Web project 'MyProjectProxy'. The two ......

Posted On Sunday, May 15, 2005 10:46 PM

How to Remove Visual Source Safe 6.0d from your .net projects.
After doing this a few times I thought I'd write down the process: Goto the folder containing the solution files and delete the following: mssccprj.scc MyProject.vssscc vssser.scc Open the MyProject.sln in your text editor and remove the following section: GlobalSection(SourceCodeCon... = preSolution ... EndGlobalSection Goto the folder(s) containing the project files and delete the following: MyProject.vbproj.vspscc mssccprj.scc vssver.scc Open the *.proj file(s) and remove the following: SccProjectName ......

Posted On Sunday, May 15, 2005 10:34 PM

BeginDone();
This blog is going to concentrate on BizTalk 2004 but will run the gamut of related technologies. Hopefully it will turn into a good resource (to go along with the other BizTalkers out there) for others to use. Feedback is encouraged (isn't that the point?). -Bryan

Posted On Saturday, May 14, 2005 1:03 AM

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