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Azure App Services Series – Finding #4: Hybrid Connections – Could not load file or assembly Newtonsoft.Json

This blog post is one of many of a series we have about Microsoft Azure App Services. See a list of all our findings here. Introduction Azure BizTalk Services – Hybrid Connections allow you to access on-premise resources, such as SQL instances, files, etc from Azure app services – web, API, mobile and logic apps. By enabling your app …

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Azure App Services Series – Finding #3: BizTalk transformer API service still requires Visual Studio 2012

This blog post is one of many of a series we have about Microsoft Azure App Services. See a list of all our findings here. Introduction For systems to communicate with each other data needs to be transformed. Microsoft has released an API app / Connector that can be used in your Logic Apps enabling you …

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Azure App Services Series – Finding #2: Logic App Workflow API documentation is incomplete

This blog post is one of many of a series we have about Microsoft Azure App Services. See a list of all our findings here. Introduction With the release of Logic Apps, Microsoft also releases the Workflow Management API. An API to use for getting access to the workflow of your logic apps allowing you to easily enable, …

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Azure App Services Series – Finding #1: Problems using Workflow Definition Language in Logic Apps

This blog post is one of many of a series we have about Microsoft Azure App Services. See a list of all our findings here. Introduction With the preview-release of Logic Apps, Microsoft also releases a new language used in the work flows of your Logic Apps – Workflow Defintion Language (WDL). The language is used in …

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Log events and messages from BizTalk to Integration Manager

Get insights and Control! This post describes the steps necessary to log messages from BizTalk to Integration Manager. Integration Manager has great, out-of-the-box support for Microsoft BizTalk Server. Integration Manager replaces the need for costly and bad performing alternatives like BAM, SCOM and many other 3rd party products. The need to log events and messages flowing …

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How to use Integration Manager’s log4net log appender

This blog post describes one of the ways/functions we offer to log events/message to Integration Manager by using Integration Manager’s log appender for Log4Net. We assume that you have basic knowledge in Log4Net as well as you have a running instance of Integration Manager. Before continuing reading, make sure you have the correct link to Integration Manager’s Log API. …

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