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Mark Brimble

Sep 20

WCF-SQL – UseAmbient Error

This blog describes an error that you might see if you are using the BizTalk WCF-SQL adapter to insert data into a SQL Always Database Use case In the

By Mark Brimble

Sep 2

Sending to a Restful Service – BizTalk

This blog will show you how to use BizTalk Server to send to different resources that share the same base URL Use case @biztalkdj asked We have a

By Mark Brimble

Aug 23

BizTalk360 – BRE Policies not in a deployed State

This article shows how to use BizTalk360 to alert when there are no BRE policies in a deployed state Use Case Sometimes after a deployment to BizTalk

By Mark Brimble

Aug 19

Excel files – Azure and BizTalk Server

This article is about parsing Excel files Learn how you can do it in BizTalk Server and in Azure I show how to do this in an Azure function Excel file use

By Mark Brimble

Aug 2

BizTalk Documenter – How to run an old version

This blog is a quick tip on how to run an old version of the BizTalk Documenter with a newer version of BizTalk I hope this might be useful with the pending

By Mark Brimble

Jul 9

Azure SQL Data Sync – My Story

This is a story about my experiences using Azure SQL Data Sync You will learn how to use this to migrate a custom on-premise database to Azure Azure SQL

By Mark Brimble

Jun 22

Azure – cXML DTD Messages

Following on from a previous post about cXML schemas I show how to migrate a cXML BizTalk solution to an Azure solution Additionally I give a way of

By Mark Brimble

Jun 8

Convert DTD to XSD schemas

This posts tells you how to convert DTD schemas into BizTalk XSD schemas Additionally, I share my experiences working with cXML DTD and BizTalk Server

By Mark Brimble

Mar 25

Azure – XML to JSON Liquid Templates

Following on from my previous posts this time I show how I use XML to JSON Liquid templates In particular I give examples of converting a JSON value to

By Mark Brimble

Mar 6

Azure Flat File Decode – Suppress Empty Nodes

This blog shows an example of a BizTalk Flat file schema with "Suppress Empty Nodes" set to Yes In addition we demonstrate using this in an Azure Flat File

By Mark Brimble
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