Just a bit over a year since I started BizTalk blogging, so I thought I'd take 5 minutes and review the posts of the last year (126!?!)
and try to find some highlights.
Most Searched For Post. It's a pretty close tie between my series on SQL Updategrams (
part 1, part 2) and an end-
to-end walkthrough of a Single Sign On (SSO) scenario.
- Most Comments. - My post on passing "anything" through BizTalk seemed to spawn lots of chatter.
Most Self-Educational Post. The posts I learned the most by writing include how to do
BAM for looping processes, how
to correlate untyped messages, and
how to do an aggregation pattern on large batch files.
Most Criminally Unread Post. Apparently
Role Links aren't very interesting to folks as I got no feedback on this bad boy. Anyone? Bueller?
Best Plagiarized Post. My original post outlining the considerations when using
context properties and the rules engine apparently
was good enough to steal. Quite flattering.
Most Controversial Post. I'm probably as controversial as a basket of puppies, but my
feedback on the BizTalk 2006
beta exam yielded some interesting chatter.
It's been a fun year, and I greatly appreciate the feedback and suggestions the community has provided.
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