Apr 11

Poll an FTP URL with two Logic Apps

In this blob we ask the question "can you poll an FTP URL with two Logic Apps" Back in the day of BizTalk server this was the conventional wisdom Do not

By Mark Brimble

Feb 13

Upgrading .Net 6.0 to .Net 8.0 – JsonConvert.DeserializeObject

I describe an issue I encounter with JsonConvertDeserializeObject(String) method on upgrading from Net 60 to Net 80 In the first place, testing of an Azure

By Mark Brimble

Feb 9

Logic App B2B Solution

Today, I am going to write about using the Logic App B2B Solution to monitor AS2/EDIFACT exchanges Microsoft says After you set up B2B communication

By Mark Brimble

Jan 24

Upgrade an Azure function from .NET 6 to .NET 8

This is a war-story about an upgrade of an Azure function I hope this might help some else Issues I started to upgrade one of our functions because the

By Mark Brimble

Jan 10

Azure Function Blob Trigger – Possible thread pool starvation detected.

I am writing this blog to record my trouble shooting of an Azure Function Blob Trigger I give an unacceptable solution for the error below Possible thread

By Mark Brimble

Jan 9

Azure function – No job functions found

I describe a solution to a "No job functions found" error I observe this error when attempting to create an Azure function running on an Azure isolated

By Mark Brimble

Nov 10

Synchronize control numbers

This blog shows a PowerShell script that copies control numbers from one integration account and allows you to add them to another integration account A

By Mark Brimble

Nov 2

Azure SFTP on Blob – Governance

This article shows how I set up some rules for running my Azure SFTP on Blob In the first place, have already shown how Bidone uses the new fully managed SFTP

By Mark Brimble

Oct 22

SFTP Azure API Connection from Hell

This is a tale about a SFTP Azure API Connection that was difficult to support and maintain Additionally, I will tell you some tricks to tame a monster like

By Mark Brimble

Oct 9

Old BizTalk XSLT Tricks 3 – Global XSLT Variables

This final blog in this series talks about how I use global XSLT variables I still use the BizTalk mapper to generate my XSLT for use in our Azure Integration

By Mark Brimble
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