Today while doing a BAM POC to one of my clients, I found a number of problems/errors, some of them unexpected and uncommon, while trying to deploy my BAM
When trying to deploy BAM definition by: Open a command prompt as follows: Click Start, click Run, type cmd, and then click OK Navigate to the tracking
After I deploy a BAM activity to a new BizTalk Server 2010 environment I create a job called “BAM Generic Import data” to import all BAM data information
BAM Portal: “Failed to get data. If available, errors returned from the provider are listed below...
After installing some upgrades in the BizTalk Server machine, in this particular case after installing Internet Explorer 10 I started to receive the following
BAM Portal: This website uses a data provider that may be unsafe. If you trust the website, click...
When we try to access BAM Portal, sometimes Office Web Components Display Cross-Domain warning messages such as: “This Web site uses a data provider that
It´s a common factor that before users can view data from a BAM model in the BAM Portal website, they must be granted access to the views However, and
Last day I was able to convince my client to use, for the first time, BAM for tracking and monitoring of specific processes As I anticipated, 1-hour work
I decided to put the name of the error in the post title but this post also could be called “Why you shouldn’t delete Active Directory accounts (if you
BizTalk 2010 – BAM Tools configuration error: Microsoft SQL Server Data Transformation Services (...
When trying to configure BAM features in BizTalk Server 2010 (64 bit) with a remote SQL Server 2008 R2 (64 bit) I was getting these two errors: When trying
Triggered by a question in BizTalk Forum, I started researching and testing if really BAM Tool is a requirement to install for EDI/AS2 Runtime