Jun 5

BizTalk Training – Mapping – Grouping elements from different messages in BizTalk Maps

Ok, this will be my third mapping problem published and I can tell that it will not be the last… First of all let me tell you that for me there is no

By Sandro Pereira

May 15

BizTalk Training – Mapping – How to implement multi-level Muenchian grouping in BizTa...

I already talked about Muenchian Grouping in BizTalk Maps in the past: BizTalk Training – Mapping – Muenchian Grouping and Sorting in BizTalk Maps

By Sandro Pereira

Jul 13

BizTalk Training Resources: Virtual Labs, Tutorials, Virtual Machine and more…

Sometimes people ask me how to quick-start learning BizTalk or I see a lot of people asking that in forums, which leads me to always be looking for

By Sandro Pereira

Oct 28

BizTalk Training – Mapping – Muenchian Grouping and Sorting in BizTalk Maps without l...

There is an astonishing post by Chris Romp about Muenchian Grouping and Sorting in BizTalk Maps, but it has one limitation, by creating and configuring Custom

By Sandro Pereira

Oct 26

BizTalk Training – Handling Exceptions inside orchestration

Handling exceptions inside orchestration is the equivalent of doing a "catch { }" block in C#, of course, there are some little differences, but the idea is

By Sandro Pereira

Oct 26

BizTalk Training – Accessing and change message values inside orchestration

There are 3 ways that we can read and set values of the message inside orchestration: Using Property promotionUsing XPath expressionsUsing C#/VBNET object

By Sandro Pereira

Oct 23

BizTalk Training – Customize filename dynamically inside Orchestration

This is a basic step, to accomplish this you have to define the message context property of the output message The message context is a container for

By Sandro Pereira

Sep 14

BizTalk Advanced Mapping Tips – Inline XSLT – Selecting distinct nodes (grouping)

One of the more challenging things to do in XSL 10 was getting a distinct list of values from a set of nodes There is no simple syntax to write this type of

By Sandro Pereira

Jul 24

BizTalk Orchestration – Call Orchestration from another project or from another BizTalk Application

Imagine that we have 2 Visual Studio BizTalk Project: Project1 Orch1 Schema1 Project2 Orch2 And both are deployed to the same BizTalk Application,

By Sandro Pereira

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