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There’s no standard approach to document an integration flows. One can make screenshots of the created flow. Or show the source code of the integration flow. Understanding this documentation requires proper knowledge of the tooling. And it is specific to the specific tool, particularly annoying...

Sometimes you want to know how many messages have passed through BizTalk. Often this question pops up from a business perspective where they want to know how the use of the environment is evolving, in either positive or negative directions. It’s also useful to set out...

When connecting BizTalk to Websphere MQ, you can choose between two options: –       MQSC adapter (Client based) –       MQSeries (Server based) My current client chose to use the MQSeries adapter to connect to Websphere MQ. The core of this adapter is a COM+ component running on the BizTalk...

Since the release of webMethods 9.0, Software AG uses TerraCotta as distributed cache for their cluster solution on Integration Server. The software can be easily installed using the SoftwareAG installer, but has a big drawback on Microsoft Windows systems: there is no procedure to install...

Hi,   I had the luck this year to attend the BizTalk Integration Summit in Seattle, Washington. This blog post is about how this went for me and what I will remember from it, based on the notes I took. First of all we were about 300 people attending....

More than 10 years ago, SAP started service enabling its applications. SAP implements a large number of web services as documented on SAP Enterprise Services Workplace. SAP distinguishes 3 types of services: B2B: for exchanging data with business partners A2A: one-way, reliable services for application-to-application A2X: two-way request/respone...