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Feb 5

AS2 agreements and Azure Integration Accounts

Using this blog you can maintain your AS2 agreements in a Azure Integration account Furthermore, I describe how to maintain EDIFACT agreements too This

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Jan 22

Protected: Rett Syndrome – Mother of Trofinetide

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Jan 20

AS2 certificates and Azure Integration Accounts

This is a story about how to refresh AS2 certificates in Azure Integration accounts Additionally, I will highlight a gotcha when renewing partner

By Mark Brimble

Jan 13

Alerts for Azure Service Bus Topics

Today, we will talk about how you can set up alerts on Azure Service Bus Topics and what the challenges are Firstly, I describe the problem Secondly, I give

By Mark Brimble

Jan 9

Matching Numeric Ranges with a Regex – Logic Apps

XML Validation is one of the cornerstones of BizTalk Solutions In my last blog I show how to do this in Azure Logic Apps This blog highlights a special case,

By Mark Brimble

Jul 30

Batching Messages – Integration Account Batch Mode

Message Batching can define release criteria in an Integration account and this blog shows an example of this At the end of the last decade there was a

By Mark Brimble

Jul 11

XML Validation – Logic Apps

XML Validation is one of the cornerstones of BizTalk Solutions This blog shows how to do the same in Azure Logic Apps XML validation the BizTalk way To

By Mark Brimble

Jul 10

Line Breaks – Logic App Compose Action

This describes a gotcha with line breaks in the Logic App compose action What is more I will show you how to overcome the issue This story starts with an

By Mark Brimble

May 26

 msxsl scripting for Logic App XSLT

This is story about the limitations of msxsl scripting for XSLT Before In my last blog I found that I was unable to call an assembly from XSLT if it

By Mark Brimble

May 25

Assembly call from Logic App XSLT

In my last blog I said I want use an assembly instead of a BizTalk functoid in a Logic App For this reason I show how I tried it here In the first place, I

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