Archive for 'Maxlisi'

XSD Schema Validation using BizTalk Visual Studio IDE: error BEC2004

Hi all, recently during BizTalk project implementation I faced on a strange error during mapping.

I created an xsd schema for a general purpose and I generated an Xml istance of it in an orchestration. Next I created a BizTalk Map using this schema as source. About destination schema it was a stored procedure schema in order to call it and insert some data in sql database.

By the way all worked fine, but a problem occurred when I created this Xml ...

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Updating from BizTalk Server 2010 to BizTalk Server 2013: Receive FTP Adapter Issue

Recently I faced to a strange problem after a migration from BizTalk 2010 to 2013 done successfully by my collegue system engineer.

The issue was related to FTP Adapter during receiving files from a pre-configured receive location.

After reinserting the password, the receive location didn’t pick up the files and no errors or information was logged in the event log, also configuring a wrong password!

I tried to do these actions:

–          Server Restart

–          Created new FTP Receive Location

–          Created new Biztalk Host and ...

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Latency problem during send with BizTalk Server 2009

Last week I faced to a latency problem with a BizTalk Server 2009 installation, fortunately in a test environment, so BizTalk took a long time to complete an entire flow rather than few seconds like before.

In a first analysis I noticed that flows remained a lot of time during a SQL stored procedure execution through SQL Adapter, after a host instance restart the situation seems to be unlocked and all instances completes their work.
So I created a simple application ...

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Migrazione da MVC4 beta a MVC4 RC

Appena Microsoft ha rilasciato la nuova versione MVC4 Release Candidate abbiamo migrato due dei nostri progetti WebApi sviluppati con MVC4 Beta.

Grazie all’ aiuto di NuGet l’aggiornamento delle reference nel progetto è abbastanza facile.

Di seguito i passi che ho seguito per l’ aggiornamento:

  • Per sicurezza ho eliminato le seguenti Reference dal vostro progetto WebApi:
  • System.Net.Http
  • System.Net.Http.Formatting
  • System.Web.Helpers
  • System.Web.Http
  • System.Web.Http.WebHost
  • System.Web.Mvc
  • System.Web.Optimization
  • System.Web.Providers
  • System.Web.Razor
  • System.Web.WebPages
  • System.Web.WebPages.Deployment
  • System.Web.WebPages.Razor
  • Dal package manager console di NuGet ho selezionato il progetto WebApi sul quale applicare l’installazione dei nuovi pacchetti (Default project).
  • Con il comando “Install-Package <nome pacchetto>” ho installato i seguenti ...
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    Managing Soap Header with BizTalk

    Managing Soap Header with BizTalk

    During the last BizTalk 2009 course that I have made for a customer, I was faced to a problem where he needed to manage soap header consuming a web service in order to make the authentication, to receive a Session Token and then to be able to consume the webservice methods.

    Making many searches in internet I discovered many posts and also a Microsoft article in MSDN that explain how to reach my goal.

    Following some link:

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee253848(v=bts.10).aspx MSDN Article

    http://threaddump.blogspot.com/2005/01/how-to-send-soap-headers-in-biztalk.html

    http://bloggingabout.net/blogs/wellink/archive/2008/06/13/howto-define-a-custom-soap-header-in-biztalk.aspx

    But for ...

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    Windows Azure con un dominio Active Directory

    Windows Azure con un dominio Active Directory

    Per poter integrare le applicazioni Windows Azure con il proprio dominio Active Directory on-premise si possono scegliere due soluzioni: Azure Connect e Access Control Service.

    1. Azure Connect: lavora a livello di “connettività” e permette di integrare le applicazioni Azure (web role e worker role) nel proprio dominio Active Directory on-premise come se l’applicazione fosse installata in un server all’interno della rete aziendale.
    2. Access Control Service: permette di effettuare autenticazione Windows (AD ) sull’applicazione Azure, quindi Single Sign-On tra Active Directory e l’applicazione ...
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