First WordPress Post

I finally moved off of Community Server as my blog engine and migrated to this site using WordPress.  It’s all new to me so I’m still figuring out the settings, but with the help of […] Read More

MCS Co-Worker Finally Blogging

It took him a while, but Sameer Surve finally has a blog!  He’s been my MCS counterpart at my current client for the last year and a half (give or take), and he definitely has […] Read More

Test Twitter Notifier from Live Writer

Trying out the Twitter Notifier using Live Writer.  Found in the Live Writer SDK for Technical Preview.  This should show up on my Twitter feed.

Rename BizTalk 2006 Server (Details)

I posted about this previously, but I wanted to post the steps I used to actually rename the server. Open BizTalk Server Configuration and Unconfigure all features Exit the BizTalk Server Configuration Open SQL Server […] Read More

Professional BizTalk Server 2006 Release

I’ve been keeping an eye on the development of the Professional BizTalk Server 2006 book as it’s being written, in as much as that’s possible, and recommending it to folks who are interested.  Most notably […] Read More

Rename BizTalk 2006 Server

On certain BizTalk consulting engagements we’re responsible for setting up a development environment to be handed over to the client and used by their developers. Generally, we get a virtual server image and install and […] Read More

Ampersand in Binding Script

Came across something new today (imagine that!)  I was packaging up a new release that adds, among other things, a send port going to an FTP site.  The name of the target folder on the FTP […] Read More

BizTalk Server 2006 Resources

This was sent to me by a co-worker and thought a good list to keep around. Handy BizTalk Server 2006 Resources Key Websites BizTalk Product Website BizTalk is a business process management (BPM) server […] Read More

Update for ThreadPool Issue

Here’s some additional information concerning my previous post on fixing some thread pool errors.  After implementing that fix, we ran a file that created over 100 concurrent instances.  Well, the MaxIOThreads and MaxWorkerThreads were both […] Read More

Deploying a BizTalk Web Service

I’ve done plenty of development projects on my own to make sure I know how to expose an orchestration through a webservice (”expose” is probably the wrong word but it’s what the industry uses.)  What […] Read More