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Bad News: PDC is delayed

I was really looking forward to the PDC this fall. It is my favorite conference, and I love hooking up with all my conference buddies. I never fail to meet 20 new people every time (usually due to Drew and Josh).

Don't get me wrong, TechEd is great. But in a year when both are on the schedule, I usually go to just the PDC. I can't take two major conferences that close together.

Since the PDC was scheduled for this early fall, I passed on going to TechEd, preferring to wait for the PDC.

Microsoft just announced that the PDC will be delayed. The PDC is about giving developers insight into where the platform is going, and what is around the bend. Microsoft felt that the latest wave was so big, that it would be premature to hold a PDC at this time.

PDC has never been a regularly scheduled event. It has always been about giving leading edge developers insight into the next wave, and timed to do that, based on when that wave was coming. But with the current wave so big, developers are being completely overwhelmed with it.

I just wish Microsoft had announced this a month ago. I would have had time to make arrangements to attend TechEd instead. On the PDC site they do list other conferences, but I have never been to any of those listed. I did have a friend go to VSLive! Orlando, and he felt it was a waste of time, and thought the organizers didn't really care. Based on his input, I don't know if I want to spend the money or the time going to VSLive!. Maybe DevConnections? Any thoughts?

I still do plan on going to the SOA/BPM conference in October on campus.

Book Review: Professional Windows Workflow Foundation by Todd Kitta

 

 Earlier, I said I don't like to do book reviews. That's because I always had to buy the book, and spend time to do. It was too much like work. But then Wrox asked MVP's if they would like to book reviews in exchange for review copies.

Find the book here.

I am a sucker for books, so I said why not. I picked four books to start with, and they arrived quite quickly. I chose to start with the WF book, because of all of the new .NET 3.0 stuff, it is what I would be able to related to the best, considering by depth with BizTalk.

Let me also say that several of my friends are authors, and I know how MUCH work it is to put together a good book. My hat is off to any author. I have a goal to do at least one book, just for the experience. I have been approached for a title before, but I didn't want to start a book if I didn't know I had the time to finish it. Which I don't.

I have liked Wrox titles in the past, only because they were often first to market, which is important for people on the bleeding edge (or recklessly adopting new technologies). They aren't usually going to end up being the seminal work on the subject, but they are Just in Time on the topic.

Anyway. On to the book.

As I started reading it, I was immediately grabbed by the book. The initial chapter on why workflow was nice, but could of done a better job selling the need. I agree with the author, and think almost every app has workflow in it, and could use WF to one degree or another.

The next few chapters (until eight or so) were really hard for me to get through. I don't know if it is because I have been learning WF for a while now, or what. As I reflect, I think that section was too much like a slog through documentation. It was very reference oriented, and didn't really explain the classes and settings in depth, there was no 'grok' in it. Just definitions. I really struggled to keep going through the book at this point. I whined, I cried.

But I have a rule about finishing books that I start. I have this rule because I know deep down in my mind, I will always wonder if the book turns around, assuming it would be on the page after I stopped. I have a similar rules about games as well.

Chapter five was filled with production issues. The type, and the diagrams had problems with them. This probably isn't the authors fault, but I do expect better quality from a major publisher.

And, just then, in chapter 9, it got interesting. I could tell the author was writing. The insight I need from these books was there. The understanding. The grok. The book got real interesting from there.

The later chapters talk about hosting workflows in ASP.NET, and about other advanced topics. I really liked the section where he builds a controller for a MVC using WF to control the page flow. The code was deep and represented a good example of what WF can do.

It gave me the idea to start with his thoughts, and build out a new version of the UIP. But I have a feeling that MSFT has something like that in the works. It wouldn't be the first time I think I had a great idea for something to build, only to see MSFT announce it a few months later. This happened with the BizTalk solution designer, amongst other things. That's fine. Saves me a lot of work. :)

Summary:

The book has a slow start, and could use better sample code. Around chapter 9, the book hits its stride, and gets it's second wind. The ending is very nice. I would recommend this for someone who hasn't started learning WF at all.

 

One down, three to go. Next up, WCF.

Updated BizTalk Resources List

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Thanks to Keith Bauer and all of the other smart MS folks who put together the BizTalk resources list. Sometimes it can be overwhelming when you start to dig into the available material. Web casts, articles, books, v-labs, hands on labs, oh my!

This is a special post just for my Nashville BizTalk class.

-bhp

BizTalk Server - Links and Resources

Primary Websites

BizTalk Product Website
BizTalk is a business process management (BPM) server that enables companies to automate and optimize business processes. This includes powerful, familiar tools to design, develop, deploy, and manage those processes. Everything you need for easy installation is included—integrated management tools, support for Web services, and a new business activity monitoring (BAM) portal. In addition, BizTalk Server 2006 includes 23 application and technology adapters in the box for connecting to legacy systems (mainframe and mid-range) and line-of-business applications (SAP, Siebel, PeopleSoft, Oracle, and JD Edwards).

BizTalk Server TechCenter on TechNet
For IT professionals, visit Microsoft TechNet for tools and resources to help you plan, build, deploy, and support BizTalk Server.

BizTalk Server Developer Center on MSDN
For developers, visit the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) for technical references and how-to resources to help you develop for BizTalk Server. Includes product downloads, samples, blog sites, top newsgroup discussions, learning resources and technical references for architects and developers of BizTalk solutions.

BizTalk Server Support Center
Lists a number of support options and services available for BizTalk Server.

Product Information, Pricing, Help, White Papers, Tutorials, Install/Upgrade Guides

BizTalk Server Product Information
Get a firsthand look at Microsoft BizTalk Server through a product overview, virtual labs and trial software, find out more about adapters and accelerators, and see analyst reports, case studies, news, and reviews.

BizTalk Server 2006 Pricing and Licensing
Details on the editions, language versions, features, pricing and licensing of BizTalk Server 2006.

BizTalk Server 2006 PDF Help Files
Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 Documentation in PDF format.

BizTalk Server 2006 Product Documentation on MSDN
Visit the MSDN Library for BizTalk Server 2006 Help online.

BizTalk Server 2006 Tutorials
Download the BizTalk Server 2006 tutorials for detailed information on how to implement simple scenarios and use a variety of BizTalk tools while creating compiled, testable solutions. Updated 9/5/2006

BizTalk Server 2006 Installation and Upgrade Guides
Review the BizTalk Server 2006 installation instructions for how to install BizTalk Server 2006 on Windows XP, Windows 2000 Server, or Windows Server 2003 in a single server or multi-server environment. Updated 8/25/2006

BizTalk 2006 Skills Assessment
How much do you know about BizTalk 2006? This assessment focuses on the new features and functionality of Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006.

White Papers

BizTalk Server 2006 Developer Productivity Study
These whitepapers present the results of a study that compared Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 to SAP XI for integrating heterogeneous systems, and discuss the value proposition of BizTalk Server. January 2007

Managing a Successful Performance Lab with BizTalk Server 2006
This paper outlines key strategies for managing a successful performance lab with Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006. August 2006

BizTalk Server 2006 Application Deployment and Upgrade
Read about improvements made to the application deployment and application upgrade experience via the platform’s application concept, the new BizTalk Server Administration Console, and more in this white paper. June 2006

BizTalk Server and Microsoft Dynamics: LOB Management and Integration Solutions for the Extended Enterprise
This white paper describes the deployment of Microsoft Dynamics and BizTalk Server, yielding a robust, high-value solution that provides cross-functional integration and coordination of line-of-business and supply chain management applications across the extended enterprise. May 2006

The Business Value of Integration and Automation for Midsize Companies
This white paper explains integration and automation in BizTalk Server 2006, how each enables midsize businesses to improve supply chain functioning, and some broad principles to be aware of when searching for effective integration and automation solutions. May 2006

The Business Value of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
This white paper examines the opportunities and benefits of RFID and how this technology will revolutionize supply chain management. January 2006

BizTalk Server 2006 Adapter Enhancements
This white paper discusses both the new built-in adapters and enhancements to the existing built-in adapters that will ship with BizTalk Server 2006. November 2005

BizTalk Server 2006 Runtime Improvements
This white paper reviews the improvements that have been made to message processing as part of the core engine enhancements for BizTalk Server 2006. November 2005

Understanding BizTalk Server 2006
Learn about key features and improvements in BizTalk Server 2006, such as significantly simpler installation; better support for deploying, monitoring, and managing applications; and improved capabilities for Business Activity Monitoring. October 2005

Understanding the Hub and Spoke Deployment Model for BizTalk Server 2006
Read this article to understand how the BizTalk Server 2006 hub and spoke model supports administrators who want to install and deploy the associated bits of a BizTalk Server solution from one central server and multiple remote servers. August 2005

BizTalk Server 2006 Business Activity Monitoring
This paper provides a detailed description of two new Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) features in BizTalk Sever 2006—the BizTalk Server BAM Portal, and Alerts and Notification Support—and it discusses enhancements to the BAM features in BizTalk Server 2004. April 2005

BizTalk Server 2006 Developer Tools Improvements
This white paper describes some key product enhancements in BizTalk Server 2006 that are of interest to developers, in particular the Flat File Wizard. April 2005

Check for updated and new BizTalk 2006 white papers:
http://www.microsoft.com/biztalk/techinfo/whitepapers/default.mspx

Technical Articles

The following technical articles may appear out of date with respect to the current release of BizTalk; however, the content is still largely relevant considering the minimal change to the underlying architecture between the BTS 2004 and BTS 2006 releases. For the most part, these technical articles are relevant for BizTalk 2006 implementations.

BizTalk Accelerator for HL7 Management Pack Guide
BizTalk Server 2004: A Messaging Engine Overview
BizTalk Server 2004: A Review of the Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) Features
BizTalk Server 2004 and Web Services
BizTalk Server 2004 Convoy Deep Dive
BizTalk Server 2004 Database Sizing Guidelines
BizTalk Server 2004 Deployment Guide for Security
BizTalk Server 2004: Monitoring and Troubleshooting
BizTalk Server 2004 Performance Characteristics
BizTalk Server 2004: Performance Tuning for Low Latency Messaging
BizTalk Server 2004 Technical Guide for Certificate Management
BizTalk Server 2004 Technical Guide for High Availability
Build Better Business Processes with Web Services in BizTalk Server 2004
Connecting to the Elemica Network with BizTalk Accelerator for RosettaNet 3.0
Developing Integration Solutions with BizTalk Server 2004
How to Trigger a BizTalk Orchestration from SAP
Implementing Service Contracts with BizTalk Server 2004
Implementing UAN on BizTalk Server 2004 to Integrate Siebel and SAP
Risk Scoring with BizTalk Server 2004 and the Business Rules Framework
RosettaNet and SAP Integration
Transactions Across BizTalk Server 2004
Understanding BizTalk Server 2004
Using XML Schemas in BizTalk Server 2004
Working With BizTalk Adapter for SQL Server
Writing Effective BizTalk Server Adapters
Service Station: An XML Guru's Guide to BizTalk Server 2004, Part I
Service Station: An XML Guru's Guide to BizTalk Server 2004, Part II

Check for updated and new BizTalk 2004 technical articles:
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms942185.aspx

Webcasts

MSDN Webcast: Enabling a New Generation of Dynamic Applications Through Service-Oriented Architecture (Level 200)
Dec 2006
MSDN Webcast: Accelerate Your Supply Chain with a Hybrid Approach to Business-to-Business Integration (Level 200)
Dec 2006
Beginning a Master Citizen and Master Property Database:
Oct 2006
Beginning a Master Citizen and Master Property Database: Maintaining the most trusted, accurate and up-to-date customer and address information
Sep 2006
MSDN Webcast: Enabling “People-Ready” Processes Using Microsoft Business Process Management Solutions and Technologies (Level 200)
Jul 2006
Data Driven Performance Management Solution Web Seminar
Jul 2006
MSDN Webcast: Integrating BizTalk Server 2006 and Windows Workflow Foundation (Level 200)
Jun 2006
MSDN Webcast: Integrating Sales Data with Your Line-of-Business Applications Using the Salesforce.com Adapter for BizTalk Server 2006 (Level 200)
Apr 2006
MSDN Webcast: Using the BizTalk Accelerator for SWIFT (Level 200)
Apr 2006
MSDN Webcast: Using the Business Activity Monitoring Tracking Profile Editor (TPE) Tool and APIs in BizTalk Server 2006 (Level 200)
Apr 2006
MSDN Webcast: Implementation and Tuning Best Practices for BizTalk Server Solutions (Level 300)
Mar 2006
MSDN Webcast: BizTalk Adapters for Host Applications (Level 300)
Mar 2006
MSDN Webcast: BizTalk Adapters for Siebel and TIBCO EMS (Level 300)
Mar 2006
MSDN Webcast: BizTalk Adapter for Oracle DB (Level 300)
Mar 2006
MSDN Webcast: BizTalk Adapters for DB2 and Host Files (Level 300)
Mar 2006
MSDN Webcast: End-to-End Scenarios: Creating Service-Oriented Solutions with BizTalk Server 2006 (Level 300)
Mar 2006
MSDN Webcast: Discover What’s New in Biztalk Server 2006: New Management Capabilities (Level 200)
Mar 2006
MSDN Webcast: BizTalk Adapter Spotlight: JD Edwards (Level 200)
Mar 2006
MSDN Webcast: BizTalk Adapter Spotlight: SAP (Level 200)
Mar 2006
TechNet Webcast: Identity Integration Using Host Integration Server and BizTalk Server (Level 300)
Mar 2006
MSDN Webcast: Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) in BizTalk Server 2006 (Level 200)
Feb 2006
MSDN Webcast: BizTalk Server 2006 End-to-End Scenarios: Business Process Management (Level 200)
Feb 2006
MSDN Webcast: BizTalk Adapter Spotlight: Windows SharePoint Services (Level 200)
Feb 2006
MSDN Webcast: High Availability, Fault Tolerance and Scalability with BizTalk Server 2006 (Level 200)
Jan 2006
MSDN Webcast: Implementing End-to-End Sequential Processing in BizTalk Server 2006 (Level 200)
Jan 2006
MSDN Webcast: Creating Your First BizTalk Server Application (Level 200)
Jan 2006
MSDN Architecture Webcast: What's New in BizTalk Server 2006: The Flat File Wizard (Level 200)
Dec 2005
MSDN Architecture Webcast: Spotlight on E-mail Adapters for BizTalk Server 2006 (Level 200)
Dec 2005
MSDN Architecture Webcast: Manage and Monitor Enterprise Deployments with BizTalk Server 2006 (Level 200)
Nov 2005
MSDN Architecture Webcast: Design Human Workflow Solutions with BizTalk Server 2004 (Level 200)
Nov 2005
MSDN Webcast: Extending BizTalk Solutions to IBM Systems Using Host Integration Server 2004 (Level 200)
Oct 2005
MSDN Architecture Webcast: BizTalk Server Security Revealed (Level 300)
Sep 2005
MSDN Architecture Webcast: Microsoft Integration Technologies: When to Use What (Level 200)
Sep 2005
MSDN Webcast: BizTalk Server 2004 Business Rules Engine (Level 200)
Aug 2005
MSDN Webcast: Business Activity Monitoring with BizTalk (Level 200)
Aug 2005
MSDN Webcast: BizTalk Orchestration (Level 200)
Aug 2005
MSDN Webcast: BizTalk Web Services and WSE (Level 200)
Aug 2005
MSDN Webcast: Introduction to BizTalk Server 2004 (Level 200)
Aug 2005
MSDN Webcast: An XML Guru's Guide to BizTalk Server 2004 (Level 200)
Jun 2005
TechNet Webcast: BizTalk Server 2004 Technical Overview (Level 200)
May 2005
MSDN Webcast: Implementing a Business Rules Engine Solution Using BizTalk Server 2004 (Level 200)
May 2005
MSDN Webcast: Using the BizTalk Business Rules Engine: Tips, Tricks and Best Practices (Level 200)
May 2005
MSDN Webcast: A Practical Approach to BizTalk Server 2004 and Web Services (Level 200)
May 2005
MSDN Webcast: Everything You Wanted to Know About Integration But Were Afraid to Ask! (Level 200)
May 2005
MSDN Webcast: Test-Driven Development with BizTalk Server 2004 (Level 200)
May 2005
Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: BizTalk Accelerator for SWIFT
Apr 2005
Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: A4SWIFT and Implementing SWIFT Standards Using BizTalk 2004
Mar 2005
Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: Data Management in STP
Mar 2005
Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: Creating Operational Efficiencies in Today's Financial Services Firms
Mar 2005
Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: Interoperability Challenge of Maritime Security
Feb 2005


Books

Pro BizTalk 2006
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1590596994/
Paperback: 600 pages
Publisher: Apress (October 16, 2006)
ISBN: 1590596994

Book Description
Pro BizTalk 2006 is a high-end resource that is based on real feedback from BizTalk developers. Authors George Dunphy and Ahmed Metwally are well known within the BizTalk community, and here they cover topics not discussed in other books, like performance tuning, scalability, and administration. This book also features examples of specific, real-world implementations.



BizTalk 2006 Recipes (A Problem-Solution Approach)
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1590597117/
Paperback: 700 pages
Publisher: Apress (July 1, 2006)
ISBN: 1590597117

Book Description
BizTalk 2006 Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach is based on the experiences of many of the most prominent experts in the field. It features over 170 problem-solving recipes for BizTalk developers and administrators. BizTalk Server 2006 builds on the heritage and core architecture of BizTalk Server 2004, leading to a powerful tool that encompasses the latest Microsoft technologies and industry standards for automating and managing business processes. BizTalk Server 2006 adds incremental value to BizTalk 2004 by improving administration, deployment, and other key areas of the product.


Foundations of BizTalk Server 2006
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1590597753
Paperback: 400 pages
Publisher: Apress (Available: Jan 29, 2007)
ISBN: 1590597753

Book Description
Since Microsoft's release of BizTalk Server 2006, there is a serious need for more documentation on this product. Foundations of BizTalk Server 2006 fills that void. The book will take you from novice to professional, equipping you with the tools you'll need to get started in the world of BizTalk server integration.


Professional BizTalk Server 2006
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0470046422/
Paperback: 700 pages
Publisher: Wrox (Available: May 7, 2007)
ISBN: 0470046422

Book Description
Description not available yet.




Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 Unleashed
Paperback: 800 pages
Publisher: Sams (Available June 15, 2007)
ISBN: 0672329255

Book Description
Description not available yet.



Designing Healthcare Solutions w/BizTalk Server 2004
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1932577181
Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Agility Press (January 15, 2005)
ISBN: 1932577181

Book Description
The main challenge of business process integration is in the design – not in the implementation. A well-designed IT infrastructure creates the agility necessary to compete in today’s challenging healthcare market.


Product Trial Download and Tools

BizTalk Server 2006 Trial Software
Download the 120-day BizTalk Server trial software and begin optimizing and automating your business processes. Released April 3, 2006

BizTalk Server 2006 Best Practices Analyzer
Use the BizTalk Server 2006 Best Practices Analyzer to check your deployment against a variety of best practices, including high availability, security, management, and performance. Released June 2, 2006

BizTalk Server 2006 Orchestration Designer for Business Analysts
This Visio add-in allows business analysts to create basic orchestration flows and implement them using BizTalk Server 2006.


Online/Virtual Training

BizTalk Server Virtual Labs
Learn how to take full advantage of BizTalk Server key features through virtual labs. It's simple and free: no complex setup or installation is required to try BizTalk Server running in the full-featured MSDN Virtual Lab. You get a downloadable manual and a 90-minute block of time for each module. You can sign up for additional 90-minute blocks any time or take advantage of our introductory experience with the new Virtual Lab Express.
Express Lab: What's new in BizTalk Server 2006
BizTalk 2006 - New Features for Deploying and Managing a BizTalk Application
BizTalk 2006 - New Features for Working with Flat Files
BizTalk 2006 - Integrating Business Rules
BizTalk 2006 - Working with Maps
BizTalk 2006 - Working with Schemas

First Look: Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 for IT Professionals
This online clinic provides IT professionals with an introduction to BizTalk Server 2006 and how to deploy and manage applications in a BizTalk environment. Major topics covered include installing and configuring BizTalk Server 2006 and managing a BizTalk Server environment.

First Look: Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 for Developers
This online clinic provides developers with an introduction to the BizTalk Server 2006 development environment and BizTalk messaging and orchestration services. Major topics covered include building a messaging integration solution and building a business process integration solution.


Classroom Training

Developing Business Process and Integration Solutions Using Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006
This five-day instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills to efficiently and effectively integrate systems, employees, and trading partners through orchestration in a highly flexible and highly automated manner.

http://www.microsoft.com/learning/syllabi/en-us/2934afinal.mspx
This two-day instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills required to install and configure a computer running Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006. The course also shows you how to deploy and manage BizTalk applications in a production environment.


BizTalk Friday Brown Bag Webcasts (Public Accessible)

This weekly series of technical brown bags is designed to help those of us implementing and supporting BizTalk, as well as key partners, learn the many features of BizTalk Server 2004, 2006 and beyond through presentations, demos and Q&A.

BTSBAG105
BizTalk 2006 Performance Methodology
Mar 23, 2007
BTSBAG104
Best Practices Monitoring BizTalk with MOM
Feb 16, 2007
BTSBAG103
Archive and Purge in BizTalk Server 2006
Feb 2, 2007
BTSBAG102
Excel XLS Data with Spread for BizTalk
Jan 19, 2007
BTSBAG101
Microsoft ESB Guidance for BizTalk Server 2006
Dec 8, 2006
BTSBAG100
Pro BizTalk 2006 Book - BizTalk Patterns Wizard - Interesting Brown Bag Stats
Nov 17, 2006
BTSBAG99
Managing a Successful Performance Lab with BizTalk Server 2006
Oct 27, 2006
BTSBAG98
BizTalk Disaster Recovery
Oct 20, 2006
BTSBAG97
Surviving Your First BizTalk Project
Oct 13, 2006
BTSBAG96
BizTalk Versioning
Sept 8, 2006
BTSBAG95
BizTalk Operations PowerToys
Aug 25, 2006
BTSBAG94
BizTalk Adapter for Host Applications
Jun 30, 2006
BTSBAG93
Enterprise Single Sign-On (SSO) in BizTalk 2006 and Host Integration Server (HIS) 2006
Jun 23, 2006
BTSBAG92
BizTalk Adapter for WebSphere MQ (Client-Based)
Jun 2, 2006
BTSBAG91
BizTalk 2006 Adapter for RIM BlackBerry
May 26, 2006
BTSBAG90
BizTalk Operations
May 19, 2006
BTSBAG89
WSE 2.0 SP1 Adapter for BizTalk 2006
May 12, 2006
BTSBAG88
BizTalk 2006 Adapter for WSE 3.0
May 5, 2006
BTSBAG87
BizTalk 2006 Adapter for Siebel
Apr 28, 2006
BTSBAG85
BizTalk 2006 Adapter for Oracle DB
Apr 7, 2006
BTSBAG84
BizTalk 2006 Adapters for DB2 and Host Files
Mar 17, 2006
BTSBAG83
BizTalk 2006 Adapter for SAP
Mar 3, 2006
BTSBAG81
BizTalk Server 2006 Lifecycle: Deployment, Monitoring & Maintenance
Feb 10, 2006
BTSBAG80
Discarded and Suspended Message Control
Feb 3, 2006
BTSBAG79
Future Directions: Beyond BizTalk Server 2006
Jan 6, 2006
BTSBAG78
BizTalk Server 2006: Development and Adapters
Dec 12, 2005
BTSBAG77
Best Practice Analyzer (BPA) - BizTalk 2006: Rules Design Spec Review/Discussion
Dec 2, 2005
BTSBAG76
Beginning-to-End Ordered Delivery (Sequential FIFO) in BizTalk 2004 and 2006
Nov 18, 2005
BTSBAG75
Writing Effective BizTalk Server Adapters
Oct 14, 2005
BTSBAG74
SAP Adapter Drilldown, Common Issues & Questions
Oct 7, 2005
BTSBAG73
Leveraging Windows 2003 Kerberos - Extensions Protocol Transition and Constrained Delegation in a Multi-Tier Integration Scenario Using BizTalk Server
Sep 30, 2005
BTSBAG72
Adapters New Features (POP3 & SMTP Drilldown) in Pathfinder/BizTalk 2006
Sep 9, 2005
BTSBAG71
Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) Adapter in Pathfinder (BizTalk 2006)
Aug 26, 2005
BTSBAG70
Leveraging Windows 2003 Kerberos - Extensions Protocol Transition and Constrained Delegation in a Multi-Tier Integration Scenario Using BizTalk Server
Aug 12, 2005
BTSBAG69
Two Worlds Collide: Transferring Data Between Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004 and Microsoft SQL Server 2005
Aug 5, 2005
BTSBAG68
Using the BizTalk Adapter for SQL Server - Common Scenarios
Jul 15, 2005
BTSBAG67
e-Taxation Portal: Using Biztalk, WSS Adapter and InfoPath for providing electronic tax filing services
Jul 8, 2005
BTSBAG66
New Features of Pathfinder (BizTalk 2006) Messaging Engine
Jul 1, 2005
BTSBAG65
BAM in Pathfinder (BizTalk 2006) New Features
Jun 24, 2005
BTSBAG64
BAS and Sharepoint Adapter in Pathfinder (BizTalk 2006)
Jun 17, 2005
BTSBAG62
Custom Pipeline Component Development, XmlCompleteValidator & More
May 27, 2005
BTSBAG61
Extracting, Transforming and Delivering Gigantic Legacy Application Interface Files Using BizTalk 2004 and Oracle
May 13, 2005
BTSBAG60
Utilizing Enterprise Library with BizTalk 2004
Apr 15, 2005
BTSBAG56
Deep Dive WRQ Verastream BizTalk 2004 Screen Scraping Adapter for Legacy Integration
Mar 18, 2005
BTSBAG54
ODBC Adapter for BizTalk Server 2004
Feb 18, 2005