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I’ve added another two webcasts to the website. One of them has been on my to-do list for a long time. There have been a lot of BizTalk mapping questions on the forums where the best answer is “Don’t use the mapper, use custom XSLT!”, so I’ve finally added a webcast to show you how you can achieve this.
The other one is taken form a demo that I have been running in the BizTalk courses I teach for a while. It’s looking at how BizTalk Server can be used to take a stream of RFID tag reads, and create a process that produces business related information. I’m using WPF to create an “Animated Sushi Emporium”, complete with conveyer belt and RIFD reader, and then using a fairly basic sequential convoy to determine which sushi plates have been consumed, and which are too old and need to be removed.
The full list of BizTalk downloads is here.
I have quite a few more webcasts on my to-do list, but I also do requests, so if you have an idea, let me know and I’ll see what I can come up with.
Posted on Tuesday, September 30, 2008 7:45 PM | Back to top

Comments on this post: Custom XSLT and Sequential Convoy Sushi Server Webcasts

# re: Custom XSLT and Sequential Convoy Sushi Server Webcasts
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great article… thnx
Left by oyun gemisi on Oct 07, 2008 11:41 AM

# Where to download Sequential Convoy Sushi Server
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Where can I download the Sushi Server orchestration/application? I used to have it but lost it when desktop had to be restaged. I am fairly new on my BTS support team and this was the best tutorial I've ever come across. I have the two webcasts for creating Activities & Views, but with the orchestration/application, I can actually share with my team a complete BAM solution development!

Thanks in advance,
Rich Stringer
Left by Rich Stringer on Mar 19, 2010 7:30 AM

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