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SBUG Mini Meeting

We have an upcoming mini meeting where Santosh Benjamin will demonstrate how to use Mocking Bird to help with Integration Testing.

This should only be a 30-45 min meeting and is open to all members via Live Meeting.  Details below:

Posted On Saturday, July 25, 2009 5:19 AM

BizTalk Light & Easy

Mick Badran has unofficially released the BizTalk 2009 Light and Easy Series of videos.

Check out the below link:

(Look out for my videos)

Posted On Tuesday, July 14, 2009 5:35 PM

Testing BizTalk Maps with Custom XSLT
A while back I wrote a couple of posts about Testing maps in BizTalk. They are at the following links: BizTalk 2006 R2 BizTalk 2009 One possible extension to this might be if you have a map which rather than using the map designer imports a custom XSLT to perform the mapping. (If you are not familiar with this refer to MSDN). So if you have a custom ......

Posted On Thursday, July 9, 2009 4:31 AM

Testing BizTalk Flat File Schemas
I got some feedback a while ago asking for some advice on how we test flat file schemas and have eventually got around to writing this post. The aim of testing schemas which have been created to represent a flat file (positional or delimited) is to be able to test the schema in isolation to ensure that it can be used to parse and assemble a message correctly. The reason testing the schema in isolation is important is that it allows you to ensure it works before the schema is used within BizTalk where ......

Posted On Wednesday, July 8, 2009 3:27 PM

Solution file version issue when migrating your Build Script to BizTalk 2009
Ive just been working on upgrading the build generator to support BizTalk 2009 projects. While doing this one of the things i wish to do is to change the compile step to use MsBuild rather than dev env. I found a little issue which others who use MsBuild may come across when migrating custom scripts. Previously for BizTalk 2006R2 scripts I used to use the below command: <Exec Command='"$(DevEnvPath)" $(SolutionName) /Build $(ConfigurationName)' /> This would compile the whole solution using ......

Posted On Saturday, July 4, 2009 6:20 PM

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