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My blog has gotten really stale, so here's a quick attempt to bring it up to date. Earlier this year I got the opportunity to go to work with a really great guy from the .Net community named Rusty Zarse (http://www.vitaminzproduct... over at Rentals.com. Rusty had a great team of agile developers who were cranking out this great website ......

So you've set up a BizTalk install to play with in Virtual PC or Virtual Server, and all looks fine and good, but as soon as you reboot you get the dreaded 'One or More Services Failed to Load'. You look in the event log only to see that the ENTSSO service hung during initialization, and thus the BizTalk service (which depends on ENTSSO) didn't start ......

I griped about a hiccup with the BizTalk mapper in BizTalk 2006 over at BizTalkGurus http://www.biztalkgurus.com... Now that I'm finished up with the gig I was on, I wanted to add this to my blog. This is quite the shocker to see as a consistently reproducible compiler error. The essence is that I had three schemas, each in separate ......

Ok, yesterday's post ruffled some feathers about blindly going in and truncating tables. So here's your 500 foot view of what these tables do: The AudIn and AudOut are audits of the messages going into and out-of the EDI engine. The interesting column in these tables is the messge status code in the MSTSCD column. Both tables have this column. In the ......

Sooner or later, if you've worked with the built-in EDI adapter, you're bound to come across the situation where messages make it all the way to the EDI engine, but never escape. They just circle round and round generating errors in the event log. You've terminated the orchestration instances, but the messages just keep on going. There are archive tools ......

If you grew up during the 80's you know what Sniglets are, if not, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wik... We've had a few suggestions on our internal listserv, so I figure I'd share one or two of mine. optipodfm - that perfect volume level on your IPOD where the sound quality and EQ, as its retransmitted through that little FM transmitter so you ......

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