Receiving a time out error while trying to invoke a BizTalk Orchestration exposed as a service (WCF)
Today I want to talk about a very common problem that can occur when we are invoking BizTalk Orchestrations exposed as a synchronous services (Request-Response
In the past, I developed a demo on “How to Call Orchestration from another project or from another BizTalk Application” that you can read here and download
When you compile your BizTalk project, you receive the error: "you must specify at least one already-initialized correlation set for a non-activation receive
When trying to help a friend of mine configuring a dynamic SOAP Adapter Solicit-Response port, some like this: We got this strange error when trying to
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For some reason after having migrated a BizTalk 2006/Visual Studio 2005 solution to BizTalk 2010/VS 2010 using VS Conversion Wizard, I got the following
It's very common to use NET code for orchestration support In one of these scenarios I decide to use a class for, in a certain way, validate the request and
BizTalk Orchestration Error Message – Using Parallel Action – if shared data is updated in a para...
Scenario I have one scenario that at the end of the orchestration I will delivery notification to the client, one branch will send notification by SMS,
The OrchestrationEventStream (OES) is one of the artifacts developers should consider in order to programmatically populate a BAM activity model from within a
I have an orchestration process that dynamic send email notifications: When I first try to compile the orchestration I receive back the following error