Monthly Archives: November 2009

Online Convert VB to C#

Handy little tool I use when mucking around with proof of concept code.  Logging here for future reference. http://www.developerfusion.com/tools/convert/vb-to-csharp/

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ADO MD.NET 10.0

I’m doing a bit of work for a client running BizTalk Server 2009 on top of SQL Server 2005.  I went to setup a quick local sandbox dev environment and the BizTalk Server installation wizard gave me an error relating … Continue reading

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SQL: 0x000000E9: A transport-level error has occurred when sending the request to the server

I received the below error when doing a BizTalk Server 2009 configuration today.  It seems the box I was working on had previously had a failed attempt at configuring BizTalk.  I deleted the local SSO Administrators group and the config … Continue reading

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MSMQ Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007045A

Whilst out consulting today I came across this error on a BizTalk developers machine.  Seems someone forgot to install MSMQ which is an optional component under windows.  Go to add remove programs and add the "Message Queuing" component and all … Continue reading

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BizTalk Code Samples

BizTalk 2009, 2006 R2, and 2006 code samples.   http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/biztalk/aa937647.aspx

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BizTalk Tip – Extract Mapper Secrets

Well they’re not really well enough hidden to call them secrets.  But basically in recent times I’ve been getting into some very complex maps.  I’ve encountered situations that are just to hard to address in the mapper so have resorted … Continue reading

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Visual Studio Deployment failure Binding Files

This is one of those quirks that really annoys me when developing with BizTalk.  Basically I just tweaked the name of a pipeline to match new naming standards, then deployed the pipeline.  I then went to deploy an orchestration for … Continue reading

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