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Bryan Corazza for ( ; ; ) { BizTalk, Workflow, and .NET } August 2005 Entries
Create 'per-instance' pipeline configuration changes
Although I haven't completely messed around with this yet, I find it very useful for when you wish to have your pipelines be more flexible in allowing a 'per-instance' configuration that differs from the 'normal' configuration behavior. I think this can be very useful. Check it out. -B ......

Posted On Monday, August 29, 2005 2:40 AM

WSS BizTalk 2006 Adapter
Here's a great comparison between the 2004 version of the WSS adapter (GOTDOTNET version) and the 2006 version, due to be out November 2005. I am so looking forward to working with 2006. I'm like a kid in a candy shop. I've been working with BizTalk since 2002 and stuck with it all these years and to see it evolve (got a tear in my eye) its so beautiful. Great work guys. -B ......

Posted On Tuesday, August 9, 2005 7:52 PM

BizTalk Throughput and Capacity Tester Beta 1
Larry Beck has just released a tool for monitoring BizTalk throughput and capacity which is really cool. Until now I have seen a product or tool out there that has put these metrics together in one place, very good work. You can download it here. Enjoy. -B ......

Posted On Saturday, August 6, 2005 8:52 AM

More great news for BizTalk
MS just released this article explaining that they just purchased some great adapters from a company called iWay. I've worked with their adapters before and they are awesome. (Especially when dealing with mainframe integration.) This only gives BizTalk more force in the EAI space. Great news. -B ......

Posted On Thursday, August 4, 2005 2:05 PM

What is BAS in BizTalk 2004?
First of all what the hell is BAS? I found out that it isn't the singing plastic fish you buy to hang on your wall. Coming from a BizTalk 2002 background I had no idea was BAS was. Well it stands for Business Activity Services, and basically it is a series of services that are hosted on Windows SharePoint Services (which only comes with Windows Server 2003) that helps the 'business user' manage trading partner information in a central location. So what you say? Well take EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) ......

Posted On Wednesday, August 3, 2005 5:17 PM

Avanade Rocks...

This type of thing is the exact reason I joined Avanade.  I couldn't have said it better myself.  Great people, great resources and kick ass methodologies for getting things done.  Great place to work.

-B

Posted On Monday, August 1, 2005 3:14 PM

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