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Oslo based solution for deploying BizTalk applications – the runtime
This is a third post in a series describing my Oslo based solution for deploying BizTalk applications; I’ve used this exercise to play around with ‘M’, but it was important for me to work on a real solution, with real benefits – something I could actually use…in Part I I discussed the concept and presented both the “source code” of my app and the output I was working toward; Part II was all about the MGrammar part of the solution. In this, third, part I will discuss the last missing piece –the runtime. ......

Posted On Sunday, March 29, 2009 9:56 AM

Oslo based solution for deploying BizTalk applications – the grammar
A couple of weeks ago I published a post describing my Oslo based deployment framework for BizTalk. Two parts were missing from that post – the actual MGrammar and the runtime that processes the source code files. In this post I will go over the grammar I created for the framework; I will try to go over the complete grammar explaining the various steps, this is not intended to be a complete description of MGrammar (not that there’s a chance I could write one), but rather an overview by example; for ......

Posted On Saturday, March 14, 2009 10:47 AM

Oslo based solution for deploying BizTalk applications
Since PDC I’ve been working on and off on an “Oslo” based solution for deploying a BizTalk application; unfortunately I couldn’t get a good chunk of time to play with this, so it’s been dragging a bit, but I’m getting close, so here are some details - I’m a big advocate of automated builds; it’s a topic that probably deserves a post of its own, so I won’t get started on this here, but the idea is that one must have a way to be confident that, when its time to [re-]deploy the app, it will get deployed ......

Posted On Wednesday, March 4, 2009 12:12 AM

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