Moving MSMQ applications from 32-bit to 64-bit archirtecture

Migrating MSMQ applications from 32-bit to 64-bit systems shouldn’t be a big deal. In theory you will probably be able to just recompile / redeploy as the public MSMQ APIs are not architecture-dependent. Other parts of your own code may be, though, so make sure you check the Getting Ready for 64-bit Windows MSDN article to…

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Which editions have full 64-bit support in BizTalk?

There are times when a table explains things so much better than just text. From BizTalk Server 64-Bit Support: Which versions of 64-bit Windows are supported? All versions of BizTalk Server 2006 support 32-bit execution on Windows Server 2003 x64 (including R2) and Windows XP Professional x64 by using WOW64. Additionally, BizTalk Server 2006 Enterprise,…

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"Will there be a 64-bit version of the DLC protocol included in Host Integration Server?"

Simple answer – “No”. There is currently no 64-bit version of the Microsoft DLC network stack and one will not be developed for the forthcoming Host Integration Server 2009 product. You should instead be looking at using IP-DLC as IBM has been moving away from DLC in its products in favour of using Enterprise Extender….

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Virtual Server responds "Service Unavailable"

For a while now, Virtual Server on my Windows Server 2003 box has been broken. I’d browse to the website but would always get “Service Unavailable” when everything looked configured fine in IIS Manager. Because I was busy, I always moved to my other machine running Virtual PC and did my testing there instead (Virtual…

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So what does 64-bit BizTalk look like?

The other day I had a customer request a 64-bit version of a BizTalk hotfix (as there only seemed to be 32-bit versions of the update available) which started us thinking about 64-bit BizTalk (“does it exist?” for example). The MSDN article “BizTalk Server 64-Bit Support” was a good start: Which versions of 64-bit Windows are supported? All…

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Performance Monitor has trouble showing over 4GB of MSMQ messages.

I have been testing my 64-bit MSMQ 3.0 server by chucking 1,000s of large messages at it to see how well it responds. I did have Performance Monitor running, showing “Total messages in all queues” and “Total bytes in all queues” for the MSMQ service. I would come back to the screen every now and then and think – “strange,…

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