The change has come.

My new blog is http://blogs.msdn.com/eldar/ This one (http://blogs.msdn.com/EldarM/) is going to be frozen and kept around just for reference, as there is some good stuff on it which would be a pity to delete.


The changes is coming…

I talked to my previous group, and they decided that they don’t plan MSMQ-related blogs currently, while engine stuff will go to Lee’s log. Hence, they will not take over this blog. There are two potential future for this blog. Either, I will retrofit it for my new interests, or I will leave it as…

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I’ll be not responsive on this blog for a while…

I left BizTalk team, and I am very busy in the new one inside Windows Server, so I am likely to be unresponsive on this blog. Please, keep it in mind. If you ask a question about BizTalk or MSMQ, I will forward it to whoever will own appropriate piece, but I cannnot promise that they will be…


Q from the mail:

I have a problem with the application that I’m developing, and I think that the approach described on your post might help me. You talk about several differences between the Large API, and the normal API of the message queue. The Large API is documented, if yes do can you send me a link to…

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The BizTalk product team is looking for your feedback!

Here is a little announcement that Nancy asked me to post for your attention: The BizTalk product team is looking for your feedback! We are conducting baseline usability studies of BizTalk Server 2006 over the next several months (Feb – May) and are looking for BizTalk 2004 hands-on users (IT Pro/Developer/Business) to give feedback and…

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