One of the most ancient and common standards for message representation is using text files (Flat Files) like CSV (Comma Separated Values) or TXT files, many
We live in a REST era where JSON or XML is our text-based format default choice of text-based formats and widespread use by major corporations However, one of
An Integration Account allows you to build Logic Apps with enterprise B2B capabilities by adding various necessary artifacts It serves as a central
BizTalk Server Teach me something new about Flat Files (or not) Part II video and slides are avai...
Last year I presented several sessions on Integration Monday community but I never had the chance, for several and different reasons, to proper highlight on
BizTalk Server: Teach me something new about Flat Files (or not) video and slides are available a...
Last Monday I presented, once again, a session in the Integration Monday series This time the topic was BizTalk Server: Teach me something new about Flat
In the second post of this series, we follow a simple walkthrough explaining the basic principles to create a flat-file schema from a file delimited by
BizTalk Server: Teach me something new about Flat Files (or not) – Delimited Flat File Schema Opt...
We ended the last post asking: Do you think the Schema is entirely correct Does it handle all files accordingly to the expected results Or do we need to
This post is intended to consolidate some basic principles about Flat File Schema Wizard First of all, BizTalk Flat File Schema Wizard is a template inside
Following one of my last speaking engagement in the PortoData Community Meeting about Flat Files: How to process Flat Files documents (TXT, CSV …) in
Configuring the BizTalk application This is the final step of this process In order to properly test the solution we have been developing in BizTalk