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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Leaving BizTalk…

After more than four years, I am leaving BizTalk and moving to the Windows Server to work on some new cool things. It will be a while before I’ll get back to blogging here, so thank you all for your attention this time and coming here to read my notes, I really enjoyed that. Best…


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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MSMQ Adapter if available now (alternative to MSMQT Adapter)

BTW, MSMQ adapter for BizTalk 2004, that I referred to before, is now available for download at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=cba87d07-7f50-4d7b-a888-388d123f736e&DisplayLang=en That’s the same adapter, I previously referred to as “MSMQ/C”. This is a pretty good alternative to MSMQT adapter shipped in-box. Here are just few thinmgs that differs between MSMQ/T and MSMQ Adapters: If you want to……

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Adapter Migration Toolkit is released on 01/21

This little piece is designed to help migrating your BizTalk 2002 components (AICs, custom preprocessors) to BizTalk 2004 by providing shims. It’s downloadable at the MS download center. Also, please, notice the whitepaper on BizTalk 2002 to BizTalk 2004 migration in the same download location — see the link on the right in “Related resources. It’s…


One more blog on BizTalk

Ok, so here is one more blog on BizTalk. Is there anything different about it? I hope to make it so. Let see, what we have now from the people from Microsoft. First, we have an excellent weblog from Scott Woodgate. That’s a blog #1 for everybody interested in BizTalk covering news, hints, little insider…