Monthly Archives: September 2011

SDDN Melbourne – Windows 8

I’m there!  This should be a great session.  I missed the BUILD conference so will be loitering around the user groups for a while getting my head around everything. Advertisements

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Windows Phone 7 Geotagging

Every now and again a technology that’s totally off my radar pops up and stimulates the creative juices.  The other day I was stuck in a hotel room in Melbourne Australia with nothing to do.  So I started browsing the … Continue reading

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TechEd Australia 2011, my thoughts

Can’t beleive its been a few weeks since TechEd Australia 2011.  I’ve been in a whirlwind of BizTalk projects and product development.  So my thoughts on TechEd 2011.  There were positives and negatives.  I found it to be a very … Continue reading

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Nokia Windows Phone Developer Workshop

Nice, I just got an invite to a two day workshop from the Nokia Developer team.  We’ll be covering the following Windows Phone 7 topics. Windows Phone Pivot and Panoramas Navigation and Controls Push Notifications Launchers and Choosers Application Lifecycle … Continue reading

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Tickets are not enabled for the SSO system.

Quick tip – if you’re getting an error saying “Tickets are not enabled for the SSO system.” in the event log when submitting a message to an SSO enabled BizTalk receive location then run the following command line to enable … Continue reading

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The HTTP request is unauthorized with client authentication scheme ‘Anonymous’. The authentication header received from the server was ‘Basic

I’m working on a Microsoft ESB Toolkit project this morning that needs to lock down the ESB SOAP On Ramp to use Basic authentication. Too easy! I created a new application under IIS 7.0 as per the existing SOAP ESB … Continue reading

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BizTalk Server and Managed Pipeline Mode

Quick tip.  Just came across an issue with basic authentication on a SOAP web service bound to a BizTalk SOAP receive location.  My sample client app was happily passing credentials to IIS, IIS was authenticating and passing back a 202(success) to the … Continue reading

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