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BTDF Determine Environment

To identify the deployment environment in BizTalk Deployment Framework scripts, you use an environment variable by default. You can also use a RSA certificate however. To this end you will have to create a BTDF extension. In this post, I will not show the extension code. This post is just aims to make you aware…

BizTalk 2016 Relay Endpoint

In this post, I want to describe a hybrid integration scenario where a BizTalk 2016 service is exposed to Azure using a service bus relay. Note that the relay is not found under Service Bus, but under resource named Relays. This may be a point of confusion. First you will have to create a relay…

Loading property information list by namespace failed

When starting a BizTalk Application after deployment you may receive the following error: Loading property information list by namespace failed or property not found in the list. Verify that the schema is deployed properly. I first checked the schemas folder in the BizTalk Application to verify that the schemas were there with the correct namespace…

SSO issue BizTalk

In this BizTalk setup I had a separate BizTalk Server and SQL Server. The SSO feature was installed on the SQL Server. I received the following issues in BizTalk: Could not contact SSO Server SQL. Check that SSO is configured and that the SSO service is running on that server. Additional information: The RPC server…

Restore master secret key

Restoring the master secret key is no rocket science, you just have to make sure you do things right, otherwise your BizTalk environment will be corrupted. In the scenario at hand, I had a BizTalk environment with a separate BizTalk Server and a separate SQL Server. The BizTalk SSO feature is installed on SQL Server.…

BizTalk service with WS-Security

To create a WCF Receive Location with WS-Security (messagesecurity with clientcredentialtype=”UserName”), you must first use the WCF Publishing Wizard. The WCF Publishing Wizard creates a WCF service in IIS. This WCF service has minimal configuration. That’s because the WCF service is coupled to a WCF receive location. In the WCF receive location the configuration is…

Alerting in BizTalk

Suppose you don’t use BizTalk360 and you want a send a mail every time an error occurs. In that case, you can create an orchestration. The orchestration starts with an activating receive. The message received is of type Microsoft.Practices.ESB.ExceptionHandling.Schemas.Faults.FaultMessage. The activating receive uses the following filter: ErrorReport.FailureCode Exists Or Microsoft.Practices.ESB.ExceptionHandling.Schemas.Property.FaultCode Exists The next step is…