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Connected World Through Architecture - Harish Pavithran Cloud 2.0 March 2006 Entries
Service Orientation of .NET and J2EE Applications that implement a Business UI - A Services Design Pattern
Figure 1 - Link An Approach to Service Oriented Architecture the foundation for any application architecture that should be considered today is going to be of a service oriented or (SOA) based. Figure 1 Service Oriented Architecture consumed by a User Interface Layer Service orientation is about four aspects, as shown above – where is the service (example are URL of the web service, how do you bind with it (what protocol – HTTP etc) and what contract (request response, one way etc.) and ......

Posted On Wednesday, March 22, 2006 4:55 AM

Harish K. Pavithran

Harish Pavithran is a Senior Manager at Wipro. Prior to this he was a Solutions Principal at Microsoft Consulting Services - Commercial Sector Services which entails Health Care and Life Sciences and the Retail Industry. Before this role he was a Principal at The Revere Group (A NTT Data Company) as a Microsoft Solutions Information Worker and Integration Competency Lead. Prior to this position he was a Senior Solutions Architect at Avanade (joint venture between Accenture and Microsoft).

Posted On Thursday, March 16, 2006 6:55 AM

Whats New in BizTalk 2006 - my cheat sheet
NEW FEATURES IN BIZTALK 2006 CHEAT SHEET SET UP Automatic installation of redistributable components. In BizTalk Server 2006, the BizTalk team will provide a single file that contains the latest version of all redistributable components required by BizTalk Server, eliminating the need for users to search for the components themselves. Simplified setup experience for first-time users. BizTalk Server 2006 includes a significantly simpler installation experience for the developer, single machine user, ......

Posted On Thursday, March 16, 2006 6:41 AM

X 509 Certificates WSE 2.0 Adapter for BizTalk 2004 and WSE 3.0 Adapter for BizTalk 2006 (Continued)
Okay I got the sample to work. Some of the issues I ran into had nothing to do with the poor documentation. Not. Any for those of you like me that needs more spoon feeding here it goes. Okay here is what the sample does. Simply consume a secure web service that is signed using X 509 certificate. So use the WSE 2.0 SP3 to sign your web service. Then test it with a test harness that progmatically sends the client information back to the web service. If you don't it should fail. Now go to the BizTalk ......

Posted On Monday, March 13, 2006 10:55 AM

WCF and BizTalk 2006?
Okay I know there is a WCF adapter out there on gotdotnet and WCF has also been out there for a while in beta - has anyone really gotten the two to work together - ??? I will be finding out soon..

Posted On Thursday, March 9, 2006 5:49 AM

X 509 Certificates WSE 2.0 Adapter for BizTalk 2004 and WSE 3.0 Adapter for BizTalk 2006
So last couple of days I spent at a client playing around with WSE 2.0 SP3 and getting it to work with X 509 Certificates for signing. On the surface it looks simple. Why on earth has Microsoft not put out any samples anywhere. I found some really old stuff that was based on the beta product on Scott Woodgates blog and it really did not cut it as the product itself has changed a lot since beta. I will be uploading some samples of the code that I used to finally get this to work. I also have a question ......

Posted On Thursday, March 9, 2006 5:46 AM

BizTalk 2006 Webcasts available now on MSDN.. Cant wait...
MSDN Webcast: Discover What’s New in Biztalk Server 2006: New Management Capabilities (Level 200)Monday, March 27, 200610:00 A.M.–11:00 A.M. Pacific Time MSDN Webcast: What’s New in the BizTalk Server 2006 Messaging Engine (Level 200)Monday, March 27, 20061:00 P.M.–2:00 P.M. Pacific Time MSDN Webcast: End-to-End Scenarios: Creating Business-to-Business Solutions with BizTalk Server 2006 (Level 300)Tuesday, March 28, 20061:00 P.M.–2:00 P.M. Pacific Time MSDN Webcast: ......

Posted On Thursday, March 9, 2006 5:41 AM

VSTS installation issues..
I was trying to create a virtual image with Visual Studio Suite, BTS 2006, SQL Server 2005. But WSS has to be installed in a special way for VSTS so it has be a different image than the one that I am using for BTS 2006 and BAS, Bummer.. I dont know of a way around this. .. anyway for those curious heres the link for the official installation instruction, by the time you read this one I think you will qualify for a honarary degree in something.. Microsoftolgy..perhaps? ......

Posted On Thursday, March 2, 2006 5:43 AM

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