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2004/10/04

BizTalk Explorer v1.23

So version 1.23 sees the light. Some new enhancements in this release, as well as some bugfixes:
  1. send ports didn't work as expected

  2. exporting unbound assemblies is now possible (from the Assemblies node)

  3. editing binding information upon importing to different servers (for each server)

  4. exporting host configuration database xml

  5. some more minor things
Enjoy! let me know of anything you come across!

For those who don't have the GotDotNet workspace ready, you can get the releases here.

2 Comments:

  • Martijn - very cool tools, thank you very much for sharing. Couple comments:

    - Could it save off the database config that I chose so I don't have to reselect every time that I run the pgm?
    - I tried to deploy multiple assemblies and when it pulled up the dialog to select database to deploy to, it hung. After that I can no longer start the program. I get an "Object reference not set to an instance of an object" error.. one of those nice ones. Any thoughts? In my environment, there are so many database out there that I think it may be good to only load them in the grid and the initial dialog drop-down if I choose an option to do so, click on a button or something. Other tools actually pull the BizTalk database the local instance is setup to run against, could you do that too?

    - Will this figure out dependencies and deploy them in the proper order if I select multiple assemblies? And it would be very cool if it could stop/start the orchs too.. I'm craving a tool that can do a 1 step deploy without having to go start/stop, dependency checking and all the manual steps, etc. I know it's alot to ask about but it would be a lifesaver. From looking at your tools and things like the BizTalk documenter it seems that you can get at all the things needed to do a dependency walk. Although the execution algorithm might get complex, it does seems doable.. I would be happy to help out if you want.

    Thanks for the cool tool!
    Craig

    By Blogger Craig Johnson, at 10:25 PM  

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