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A small incident today brought up my thought on this topic. One of my friends is learning BizTalk with 2006 beta 2 following the BizTalk Server 2006 Tutorials in the online document.

While after doing BizTalk Server 2006 Tutorials > Tutorial 2: Purchase Order Process > Lesson 5: Build and Deploy the Projects, he dropped the test message into the file folder and expected the file to be sucked in. But nothing happened in about half hour before he asked me. Then I discovered that unlike BizTalk 2004, the receive location is disabled by default in BizTalk 2006, and it never mentioned in the tutorials.

SD3 is Microsoft's new strategy to satisfy high-end market clients and response to those who making anti-human engineering software but claiming they are much more secure. (how do you like Lotus Notes?) Of course it has to compromise its usability in exchange.

  • Secure by Design
  • Secure by Default
  • Secure in Deployment

This sounds like great idea but I can feel the pains suffered by both Microsoft's tech writer and individual developer like my friend.

Posted on Thursday, January 26, 2006 1:15 PM BizTalk | Back to top

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