The Messaging Engine failed to register the adapter for "SOAP"

While configuring an web service generated using the BizTalk Web Services Publishing Wizard using WCF-BasicHttp adapter you might get the following error message The Messaging Engine failed to register the adapter for “SOAP” for the receive location “/XXXX/XXXXXXXXRequestResponse.asmx”. Please verify that the receive location exists, and that the isolated adapter runs under an account that…

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BizTalk Terminator–DataAccess::RunExecutionAsync: Invalid column name

BizTalk Terminator is a very useful tool for troubleshooting common BizTalk issues. It also provides various tasks to view information like Spool Count and Orphaned Instances from the MsgBoxDB. Sometimes while executing a Terminator task you might come across this exception ************************************************************ DataAccess::RunExecutionAsync: Invalid column name ‘Relationship’. Invalid column name ‘Relationship’ ************************************************************ The Terminator tool…

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BizTalk–identifier ‘EDI’ does not exist in ‘Orchestration’; are you missing an assembly reference?

While working with EDI messages in Orchestrations you might get the following error message.   Identifier ‘EDI’ doesn’t exist in ‘Orchestration’; are you missing an assembly reference?   This happens when you try to access the EDI properties of a message in an orchestration like EDI.ISA06 To resolve this issue ensure the Orchestration Project has…

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AppFabric Cache–How to check if a region exists

In an AppFabric Cache you can segregate your cached data into regions. You create a region using the CreateRegion() method of the DataCache object. Working on a recent project I was asked How do I check if a cache exits ? There is no RegionExits() method on the DataCache object. To check if a region…

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Tools To Simulate CPU / Memory / Disk Load

I have seen a lot of people searching for tools to simulate high CPU, Memory and Disk issues. Here are the tools I use Simulate High CPU Usage CPUSTRES.EXE is a tool you can use to simulate High CPU usage by an user mode process. Its available for download from the Windows Sysinternals website. Here…

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Where is ASP.NET 4.5 …wait Where is .NET 4.5 ?

When .NET 3.5 was released a lot of people wondered why ASP.NET 3.5 wouldn’t show up in IIS. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/vijaysk/archive/2008/03/20/running-asp-net-3-5-on-iis.aspx Well with .NET 4.5 you might be a bit more confused… So first .NET 4.5 will not show up in IIS But now if you check the Microsoft.NET framework folder you will see that you will…

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IIS 8 What’s new – Website settings

The two new additions in IIS 8 are Preload Enabled This setting is available if you have the Application Initialization module installed The preloadEnabled metabase setting along with the startMode setting can be used to ‘warm up’ your web application. When you set the startMode property of your application pool to AlwaysRunning a worker process…

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IIS 8 What’s new – Application pool settings

Here is a list of enhancements to Application Pools in IIS 8. Start Mode A few web applications take a significant amount of time to start up. IIS by default only launches a worker process when the first request for the web application is received. So for the web applications that require a longer time…

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Windows 8 is the Super workstation OS I had been waiting for

Long back I had written a blog post about Using Windows Server 2008 as a SUPER workstation OS that caused a lot of buzz Server 2008: The Windows Workstation we always wanted Review: Using Windows Server 2008 on a PC I had my reasons to use a Server OS on my work laptop and have been…

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BizTalk–Map Incoming Message to a string Field

In a recent project I worked, one of the requirements was to copy the entire incoming message to a String Field. Consider the incoming message <ns0:TestNode xmlns:ns0="http://testEnvelope.SourceSchema">   < FieldOne>FieldOne_0</FieldOne>   < FieldTwo>FieldTwo_0</FieldTwo> < /ns0:TestNode> This would have to be mapped to <ns0:Root xmlns:ns0="http://testEnvelope.DestinationSchema">   < IncomingMsg>IncomingMessageXML</IncomingMsg> < /ns0:Root> so the output message should look…

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