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Use ESB Exception Handling Only

Most of the time, you only want to use the exception handling functionality of the ESB Toolkit. In that case you can include the necessary artefacts in a BizTalk.Framework application. You will still have to create the ESB Exception database via the ESB Configuration Tool first. Next, in case you use the BizTalk Deployment Framework…

Reconfigure BizTalk

Let’s say you have a configured BizTalk Server in development with a few applications running and various custom host instances. Let’s say you configured BizTalk using a local admin account and instead you wanna configure BizTalk with a domain admin account. Enterprise SSO and all BizTalk host instances have to be running under the domain…

Cannot use Add Generated Items

In a BizTalk project I had a problem that I couldn’t use Add Generated Items to consume a webservice and generate the orchestration (plus porttypes and messagetypes in message types in orchestration view), messages and bindings. What I did have was a WSDL file, yet not a so-called single wsdl. For that reason I first had…

BizTalk terminate instances

Recently I had a problem that I couldn’t delete a running instance in BizTalk. So, I tried to install the BizTalkTerminator, but I kept getting an error when trying to start up the terminator. Luckily I found a SQL script you can run to reslove the issue. Remember to first stop all BizTalk instances and…

Moving BizTalk and system databases

After installation of BizTalk and SQL Server I found that the SQL Server data files were stored on the installation drive, directory D:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL12.MSSQLSERVER\MSSQL\DATA\. The client had explicitly indicated that the data files should be stored on the G drive and the log files on the H drive. I found that I had to…

BizTalk Development in Visual Studio

The next step in the scenario is very straight-forward. We just have to create a BizTalk project in Visual Studio and define a schema named Persons.xsd. The XML schema contains two fields: FirstName and LastName. Add a strong name key file and publish to BizTalk application SharePointTest.