Monthly Archives: July 2009

BizTalk Tip – WSS2.0 WSS3.0 and the SharePoint Adapter

After installing WSS3.0 on a box already running WSS2.0 it’s necessary to first unconfigure the SharePoint adapter, uninstall the SharePoint adapter, reinstall the SharePoint adapter, then reconfigure the SharePoint adapter under the extended WSS3.0 site.  Logged here for future reference.  … Continue reading

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SharePoint 2010

Get ready for the next wave.  http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/2010/Sneak_Peek/Pages/default.aspx

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BizTalk ESB Toolkit 2.0: Dynamic Messaging

Another worthwhile watch from Brian showing BizTalk and ESBT interacting with a broader stack including SharePoint and Report Server.  http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/biztalk/cc998440.aspx

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BizTalk ESB Toolkit 2.0: Itinerary Design Process and Tooling

A great 20 minute short demo from Brian Loesgen on ESBT 2.0.   http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/biztalk/dd320596.aspx

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SOAPTrace.Net

I believe I have a new favourite SOAP tracing tool.  Recently I’ve been working on a service orientated solution built in accordance to the Application Architecture for .NET: Designing Applications and Services.  So basically that means an ASP.NET UI layer, … Continue reading

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.NET PropertyDescriptor..::.ShouldSerializeValue Method

Whilst on the topic of serialization it’s probably handy to mention this little tip.  The below example uses a ShouldSerialize property descriptor to tell the serializer to only serialize a string array if that string array is greater than zero.  … Continue reading

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.NET Specified Property and Serialization

In my day to day activities as a software consultant I often see developers make the same old mistakes.  A classic that came up again recently was the behaviour of the .NET serializer in relation to value types.  The developer generated a … Continue reading

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