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Feb 3

Many-to-one mappings

I writing this how to because every time I do this I have forgotten how I did it the last time Drop a transform shape into an orchestration that contains two

By Mark Brimble
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Jan 19

Dynamically Configuring pipeline components

How do you dynamically configure pipeline component properties in a BizTalk Orchestration with out a send port configured to use the  pipeline I am doing a

By Mark Brimble
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Dec 30

An alternative to using the POP3 adapter to read email attachments – 2

Why would you use anything else other than the POP3 adapter to consume email attachments in BizTalk On Christmas eve I found a reason why you might want to use

By Mark Brimble

Dec 2

Disassembling Excel files

One of the requirements of a recent BizTalk project was to receive Excel files into BizTalk before doing some work on the resulting XML files I want to share

By Mark Brimble
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Nov 4

DB2 BizTalk Adapters: Executing a program on an AS400 using a stored procedure

I have just finished my first IBM integration project using BizTalk 2006 and will share my experiences here   Installation of the Microsoft BizTalk Adapter

By Mark Brimble
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Oct 8

Call a .Net assembly from custom XSLT

I discovered this while trying to re-engineer some BizTalk assemblies that I did not have the source code On unraveling a map using reflector I found some

By Mark Brimble
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Oct 1

An alternative to using the POP3 adapter to read email attachments

What do you do if only have an SMTP server and POP3 server is not available 1     Install SMTP services on your BizTalk server 2     Configure the

By Mark Brimble
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Sep 26

Tricks with Schemas Part 2: Referencing Schemas from Third Party WebServices

“Schemas are the soul of BizTalk They alone create attack and defense, the way they are deployed decides the fate of the game”     I wanted to record

By Mark Brimble
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Sep 25

Tricks with Schemas Part 1: De-batching from a SQL Receive Port

“Schemas are the soul of BizTalk They alone create attack and defense, the way they are deployed decides the fate of the game”     I have been doing a

By Mark Brimble
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Sep 23

A challenge accepted – My first post and blog

Thiago, one of my mates at work challenged me to start writing about some of the BizTalk stuff I do He has a pretty cool blog himself at

By Mark Brimble
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