Rad Race I don’t Get it, Please help…..

Ok, I have some thoughts about the RAD race……

I always thought that the .Net framework was one of the best, easisest (when using Vb.Net), fastets, most reliable framework around.

I also thought that Java People’s most important tool was NotePad ( yes a top MS Product), this prooved to be correct….

I also thought that we could beat those Oracle Guys by miles, because, according to the Sales Material of MS Visual Studio, it is the fastest developing tool around….

So some questions I don’t know the answer to :

1. Is there something like a nice Designer tool for .Net that will generate code like Oracle Designer..
2. Do we have any experience with it……. and why not…..
3. Was there EVER a kind of investigation if a Codegen tool would be usefull to us (and thus to the customer)

See… I hate to be in the loosers corner….. and those Oracle Guys Kicked some serious MS-Ass, I believe we were only a little bit more successfull then the Java Guys….

Do I ( a true MS-SQL Believer) have to switch to the Oracle camp now ?????? or are we gonna kick some ass next year with a lightning fast codegenerator ( equal in functionality to Oracle Designer).

Wich Document definitions are depoyed in a BizTalk Environment

January 13, 2005 / Comments Off on Wich Document definitions are depoyed in a BizTalk Environment

At the customer site we got an error sending a document.
Everything worked fine using the PassThru pipeline but when we used the XMLSendPipeline we got the following error:

Event Type: Error
Event Source: BizTalk Server 2004
Event Category: BizTalk Server 2004
Event ID: 5720
Date:  13-1-2005
Time:  9:53:26
User:  N/A
Computer: ROS38
There was a failure executing the send pipeline: “Microsoft.BizTalk.DefaultPipelines.XMLTransmit” Source: “XML assembler” Send Port: “
FILE://F:/BizTalk/00030959_CIR.xml” Reason: This Assembler cannot retrieve document specification by using this type: “onderneming”.

For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.

We had to find out wich Document definitions are deployed in BizTalk. The Easiest way to do this is to use the following query  :

use BiztalkMgmtDb
select msgtype,clr_typename,clr_assemblyname,clr_namespace from bt_documentspec
order by msgtype

  • Recent Posts
  • Recent Comments
  • Archives
  • Categories
  • Meta