The type or namespace name does not exist in the namespace.

Issues: The type or namespace name does not exist in the namespace in orchestration. Reason: When we have start building solution and add orchestration. And after some time we change the name or design of the solution. And then if we create a new orchestration, that orchestration would have different namespace from older solution because solution … Continue reading The type or namespace name does not exist in the namespace.

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An Internal Failure occurs for unknown reason

It was amazing to get this issue. Today morning I opened my BizTalk admin console and got this issue. I don’t know what was happened. Yesterday It was working fine and perfectly. An Internal Failure occurs for unknown reason (WinMgmt) I have got some weird reason for this. My machine has run window updates and … Continue reading An Internal Failure occurs for unknown reason

Calling a .net component from BizTalk orchestration

This blog is to explain how to call C# components from BizTalk. I am going to explain this scenario by taking simple example like Addition of two number in C# component and call the C# method from BizTalk Orchestration. First, we need to create a C# class library by following below steps. Start-->VisualStudio-->Click on Visual … Continue reading Calling a .net component from BizTalk orchestration

BizTalk Property Promotion

Property Promotion: Property Promotion in BizTalk is usually about taking values from incoming message and moving them into the context of the message, so they are easily accessible and usable for routing. The context of message is a set of metadata about a message that resides in the message box with the message, allowing different … Continue reading BizTalk Property Promotion

BizTalk Sequential Convoy

This blog is to explain about BizTalk Sequential Convoy. What is Sequential Convoy? Sequential Convoy is one type of BizTalk design pattern to achieve particular type of requirements. This can be defined as “A sequential convoy enables multiple single messages to join together to achieve a required result. A sequential convoy is a set of … Continue reading BizTalk Sequential Convoy

BizTalk Parallel Convoy

This blog is to explain about BizTalk Parallel Convoy. What is Parallel Convoy? Parallel Convoy is one type of BizTalk design pattern to achieve particular type of requirements. This can be defined as “A parallel convoy enables multiple single messages to join together to achieve a required result. The set of related messages can arrive … Continue reading BizTalk Parallel Convoy

BizTalk Correlations

This blog is to explain about BizTalk Correlations. What is Correlation? Correlations can be defined as binding incoming messages with the appropriate instance of an orchestration. Sample Scenario for Correlations: My Orchestration has to send a request message to a Message Queue, let’s say it is “Input Queue”. Some other process takes the input message … Continue reading BizTalk Correlations

XSL, XSLT AND BizTalk Map – First Look

What is XSL and XSLT? There is no difference between XSL and XSLT both are same and these also called XSL stylesheets. I can say these are synonyms. It is a one type of Language in computer world which contains different Types of Languages. And this type of language is also called stylesheet language or … Continue reading XSL, XSLT AND BizTalk Map – First Look