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BizTalk Explorer v1.26 - cool changes

Sorry, all I have time for these days seems to be BizTalk Explorer... If you have questions or comments regarding other BizTalk areas or would like me to spend some time explaining a given section of BizTalk Server 2004, please don't hesitate to ask...

So here's another update to the BizTalk Explorer tool. New in this release (it's undergone quite some rebuilding internally):

  • fixed bug with starting/stopping orchestrations (invalid parameter, no change)
  • multiple selection possibility for elements (deleting, starting, exporting, enlisting, killing, etc)
  • quick-edit feature for receive locations and sendports
I've uploaded all releases to GotDotNet as well, but you can download a copy of v1.26 here.

Enjoy! (Let me know what you think..)


  • Hi Martijn,
    gr8 work..
    Have you worked on other EAI tool... i am looking out for a "honest" comparison between webMethod- Biztalk, seebeyond biztalk. etc..
    if you have any info on the same. it ll be great...

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:46 AM  

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    By Blogger Hugo Rodger-Brown, at 10:48 AM  

  • Great app' Martijn. I posted a note about exporting bindings, but have just seen your earlier post on the same subject. However, I wanted to make a suggestion for fine-tuning of the binding-exports.

    Would it be possible to export receive port / location and send port bindings only (into a file, or even to the clipboard as nodes that can be combined into a custom binding file?)

    I often seem to work, esp. in development, with ports that are assembly-independent, so not covered by standard export functions.

    Just a thought ;-)


    By Blogger Hugo Rodger-Brown, at 10:58 AM  

  • Excellent update thanks - BizTalk Explorer has become an invaluable tool.

    Couple of requests if you get time ;)

    - Would be nice if import binding could prefill with the BT database (i get no 'SQL servers found' message even thought the main display shows things fine).
    - Updeploy assembly has remove pipeline options etc. but these don't work if the orchestrations are enlisted. Only 1 more step to un-list first - but i'm lazy :)
    - Can ports etc. be listed by name order. We use projectname.action> as a naming convention so would make things a bit nicer.

    Other than that - keep up the good work..

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:12 AM  

  • Great feedback guys, thanks!


    The standard export (non-bound bindings) is already functional, under the "Assemblies" node contextmenu

    I've altered the "Select database" dialog to default to local BizTalk server configuration and added a button to override this manually and search for other BizTalk instances.

    Everything is now sorted alphabetically.

    By Blogger Martijn Hoogendoorn, at 3:29 PM  

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