BizTalk Exception: HRESULT=”0x80040e57″ Description=”The statement has been terminated.” HRESULT=”0x80040e57″ Description=”String or binary data would be truncated.

Exception: HRESULT="0x80040e57" Description="The statement has been terminated." HRESULT="0x80040e57" Description="String or binary data would be truncated. Explanation: This exception is occurred when we define FaultCode  more than 20 characters. When we are using ESB management Portal for exception handling then ESB Exception on port level (Send & Receive Port) is directly stored in ESB management portal as well … Continue reading BizTalk Exception: HRESULT=”0x80040e57″ Description=”The statement has been terminated.” HRESULT=”0x80040e57″ Description=”String or binary data would be truncated.

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BizTalk Production Support

There are two kind of job in BizTalk world. first is as BizTalk developer where people use to create BizTalk applications with help of VS. In creating of BizTalk application we are mostly use schema, pipeline, orchestration and mapping. After development the project its deploy on BizTalk Admin console. Second is BizTalk Production support. In … Continue reading BizTalk Production Support

Exception Handling in BizTalk

Exception handlin in BizTalk: It is most important point in BizTalk to handing exception. If we don't apply exception handling in our BizTalk application then when ever message failed in processing then its suspend and store in BizTalk Message box and availabe in suspended instance in BizTalk admin console. It will create heavy cost for … Continue reading Exception Handling in BizTalk

Difference between BizTalk and SSIS

BizTalk and SSIS both are Microsoft product and both are designed for integration. But both are used in different prospective. Below we are discussing main difference between them. BizTalk: BizTalk is based on publish-subscribe model and used for EAI (Enterprise Application Integration). It is used for combining EAI and B2B Integration. It is used for process workflow, … Continue reading Difference between BizTalk and SSIS