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Paul's Petrov Whiteboard [BizTalk, Enterprise Application Integration, Business Process Automation, SOA, .NET] June 2008 Entries
Handling SOAP Exceptions in BizTalk Orchestrations with WCF Send Adapter
Below is an idea how to improve SOAP exception handling in BizTalk to WCF communication. Let’s consider approach recommended in BizTalk SDK documentation (Catch Typed Fault Exception sample): Add custom WCF fault to the service contract and add corresponding exception handler in the BizTalk orchestration. In BizTalk orchestration add hander that expects System.Web.Services.Protoco... to catch any general SOAP exceptions This allows catching any custom WCF faults and handling them gracefully. ......

Posted On Monday, June 23, 2008 12:29 PM

Storing BizTalk settings in custom configuration file using Enterprise Library
Choice of configuration settings storage is an important topic when it comes to enterprise BizTalk application planning. One of the many options is to use regular .Net configuration files. Some prefer this way over the Enterprise SSO database option for reasons of simplicity and familiarity. I wanted to show how it can be done with Microsoft Enterprise Library configuration application block. In this case Enterprise Library configuration section is placed in the BTNTSvc.exe.config file while application ......

Posted On Wednesday, June 11, 2008 3:12 PM

MSBuild Tasks for BizTalk Continuous Integration
If you store BizTalk application settings in Enterprise SSO database and adapt continuous integration you'll find this MS Build task useful. DeploySSOConfigStore task reads settings from XML configuration file and saves them to the SSO database. The XML can be created (exported) using Richard Seroter's SSO tool which I modified to support this operation. So, if you change your configuration settings, just update XML file in the source control and build process will pick it up and propagate changes ......

Posted On Monday, June 9, 2008 8:04 PM

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