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Can’t wait to get my hands on BizTalk 2009 R2 changes / enhancements after the demo video from PDC . See the video here The mapper gets a complete overhaul with help from Microsoft Research. Top Features / changes … Continue reading
When upgrading BizTalk 2006 R2 with SQL Server 2005 + SP3 server to BizTalk 2009. During the upgrading/installation, you might get the following error:Invalid object name ‘BizTalkMgmtDb.dbo.bts_orchestration’. Reason could be if you have different names to the default BizTalk DBs … Continue reading
BizTalk Runtime upgrade BizTalk Runtime upgrade approach should be used for upgrading the BizTalk 2006 and BizTalk 2006 R2 server(s). Use the BizTalk 2009 installation to perform the upgrade of BizTalk 2006 and BizTalk 2006 R2 server installation files … Continue reading
one of the hidden gems of Hotmail with recent updates is IM/Chat from within your inbox http://tinyurl.com/lykoze Hotmail still needs to make the IM in Hotmail more accessible like have a IM window inside Hotmail and reply via IM. Quick … Continue reading
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I always make the mistake of promoting my VPC BizTalk Server’s OS to DC before install the BizTalk 2006 R2/2009 RFID. And I get the below dreaded message when trying to (in this case) install BizTalk 2009 RFID. “The product … Continue reading
BizTalk 2006 R2 WCF LOB Adapter for SAP generates IDOC Schemas inconsistent with the segment name like E1EDP01008 / E2EDP01008 and E1(2)EDP19002. But when you receive a Orders05 IDOC from SAP these segment names will be E1EDP01006 and E1EDP19001. After … Continue reading
Technorati Tags: VS2010 Get the datasheet. If you are eager to try the .NET 4.0 beta and need a Kool ALM tool to play with try Visual Studio 2010. Finally, WPF goes mainstream with MS Products. Download the installation … Continue reading