(Reminder: this blog is DEAD) Question from mail: steps to install the jde adapter for biztalk

Can you please help me by giving me the steps to install the jde adapter for biztalk.thank you———————————-This message was generated from a contact form at: http://blogs.msdn.com/eldarm/default.aspxIt was submitted by bhargava (…@….in) I assume setup.exe or whatever is written in the docs for JDE adapter would work, but I don’t work on BizTalk for more…

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(Reminder: This blog is dead) Hello Sir, I have developed a BizTalk2004 application.

Reminder: this blog is dead. Please, try one of the BizTalk team members listed on the left for your questions. Sent: Thursday, November 30, 2006 5:10 AMTo: Eldar MusayevSubject: (BizTalk Architecture, High Availability and MSMQ Adapters) : Regarding BizTalk Maps – Post DeploymentImportance: High Hello Sir, I have developed a BizTalk2004 application. It has one…

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(Reminder: This blog is dead) Mail: How i Load balance Biztalk 2004?

Sent: Monday, June 26, 2006 7:13 AMTo: Eldar MusayevSubject: (BizTalk Architecture, High Availability and MSMQ Adapters) : How i Load balance Biztalk 2004?Importance: High I need help on configuring Biztalk 2004 load balancing.I am not talking about NLB.Is there any configuration in Biztalk for load balancing?Please do revert back at the earliest.Regards,Nilesh Roy. First of…

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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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Migration considerations for moving from MSMQ/T to MSMQ adapter in BizTalk 2006

This article describes the essential points to consider when migrating your solutions from MSMQ/T adapter to MSMQ adapter. Why migrate to MSMQ Adapter? Technically, you don’t have to migrate to MSMQ adapter. MSMQ/T is present and fully supported in BizTalk 2006. It is deprecated, but that only means that it may be not there in…

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Short history of MSMQ Adapters in BizTalk

In the beginning: MSMQ AIC In the beginning there were no adapters. In BizTalk 2000 and 2002 they were called AICs – Application Integration Component. MSMQ AIC for BizTalk 2002 used MSMQ API from Windows Message Queuing and that was it. Windows Message Queuing was doing the network related job and it also stored intermediately…

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How MSMQT behind NLB works

MSMQT supports only one mode for MSMQ protocol — transactional exactly once in order. Now, how MSMQ does that. The sender sends a TCP request for the destination queue to the port 1801 and establishes the connection. Then all the messages to this queue go through this already established connection. If the TCP connection breaks, the…

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BizTalk 2006 Beta1 is available...

… from https://beta.microsoft.com If you are not registered there, you’ll have to pass through sign-off approval process first, because that’s the generic place where Microsoft products betas are available. Notice that once you logged in with your Passport ID, you need to use (on the second screen) GuestID BizTalkBetaTeam to get straight to BizTalk 2006 Beta…

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