• Mapper Property Promotion

    Here is a little something that I did not realize was happening when BizTalk executes a transform. If you have a property schema associated with the destination schema in a map, BizTalk will automatically promote those properties when it executes the map. This does not help if you need to ...


  • 2014 Favorite Books

    I am a little late with my favorite books list for 2014, but better late than never. Right? Unfortunately I did not get to read as many books as would have liked this past year. Last Year I mentioned I wanted to get into Big Data but that did not ...


  • Install ESB Portal Database on a Named Instance

    On my current project I had a requirement to install the ESB Toolkit exception portal database on a named instance of SQL Server. This particular client was sharing a single physical server among multiple database applications for their development environment. Some of these applications, like BizTalk, make changes to the ...


  • 2013 Favorite Books

    I enjoyed writing up a post about my favorite books at the end of last year so I thought it would be fun to do it again. Maybe I will turn this into an annual event. This year I managed to read 21 books and 14 research papers. Note these ...


  • Viewing Remote CUPS Printers in Fedora 19

    Who Moved My Cheese?

    I found out the hard way that a number of things changed between Fedora 17 and Fedora 19. One thing in particular is using CUPS and IPP to automatically access remote printers. Due to my ignorance on some of the changes with systemd and firewalld it ...


  • BizTalk Mapping with Multiple Outputs Gotcha

    Default Visual Studio XSLT template

    This gotcha was  something that caused me a fair bit of wasted time the other day. I was building a map with two destination schemas. Since the map had some complex looping and grouping requirements I decided to build the map using a custom XSLT script. (Nowadays I build almost ...


  • All Good Things Must Come to an End

    The "Distributed Weekly" post this week marks the four year anniversary of my link blog covering integration and distributed systems. This will also mark the last "Distributed Weekly" link post. After four years I have decided it is time to hang it up. At this point there are better ways ...


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