What are the XPIPELINE_MESSAGETYPE and XPIPELINE_REQUESTMESSAGETYPE properties

While working with Service Bus EAI and EDI Labs, both as part of the Enterprise Application Integration project as well as the TPM Portal, we come across a couple of properties that are by default promoted on any given message. These two properties are: XPIPELINE_MESSAGETYPE XPIPELINE_REQUESTMESSAGETYPE   XPIPELINE_REQUESTMESSAGETYPE This property contains the message type of…

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BizTalk Server 2013 Beta – What’s New?

In this post, I am going to list down the key new features introduced in BizTalk Server 2013 Beta and also provide some useful links that describe how to use those features. But, to start with, this is where you can download the Beta bits for BizTalk Server 2013  from – http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35553. Now the list…

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BizTalk Server 2010 R2 – July 2012 CTP!!

Exciting times !! After a gap of two years BizTalk Server is kicking back again, and it’s not just kicking, it’s roaring!! Through this blog, I attempt to put down a list of new features and updates that have been introduced in the CTP.  There are two broad categories of offerings for BizTalk Server 2010…

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Tutorial: Using EAI Bridges to Send/Receive Messages from Service Bus Relay Services

A new tutorial is uploaded to MSDN that demonstrates how to send XML messages with different schemas to a request-reply XML bridge deployed on Windows Azure Service Bus. The tutorial is available at : http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windowsazure/jj158971 I had already uploaded/shared a sample based on this tutorial at : http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/Using-EAI-Bridges-to-Send-38e464df Here’s a sneak peek into the scenario…

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Service Bus EAI/EDI Labs | Deciphering the Bridge Configuration Surface

When you install the Windows Azure EAI and EDI Labs SDK, it installs a Visual Studio project template called the Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) Project. You can use this project template to create integration solutions that can be deployed to the Windows Azure Service Bus. For information on how to start with EAI projects, see…

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Sample: Using EAI Bridges to Send/Receive Messages from Service Bus Relay Services

I have a new sample to share. This sample demonstrates how to send messages of different XML schemas to a request-reply EAI Bridge deployed on Windows Azure Service Bus. The bridge runs some processing logic, which is configured using the different stages of the bridge (Validate, Enrich, and Transform). The bridge then sends the message to a two-way…

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Tutorial on How to Use Service Bus EAI Bridges to do a SQL Azure Lookup

This post is in continuation to the blog post yesterday announcing a sample on how to do a SQL Azure lookup using Service Bus EAI Bridges. The post is available here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/nitinme/archive/2012/05/25/sample-using-service-bus-eai-bridges-for-sql-azure-lookup.aspx The sample is available here: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/Using-EAI-Bridges-with-SQL-be2b5761 In this post, I present to you an end-to-end tutorial (as detailed as it could get) on…

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Sample: Using Service Bus EAI Bridges for SQL Azure Lookup

[ Link to the sample: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/Using-EAI-Bridges-with-SQL-be2b5761] SQL Azure lookup is a very useful feature available with Service Bus EAI Bridges. Using this feature, a bridge can go ‘lookup’ a SQL Azure database table, pick a value, and pass it into the message at runtime, while the message is still being processed.  For example, assume a…

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