About

I am a Senior Program Manager for the Internet of Things at Microsoft. I have a long history in distributed computing on a variety of platforms and have focused on large scale messaging and middleware implementations from inception to implementation.

I was a five time Microsoft MVP before joining Microsoft. I am also the author of Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010 Patterns.

6 Responses to About

  1. Adam says:

    Trying to find the downloads for your Biztalk 2010 book. The book is really good so far, however i am on chapter 12, the inventory management, i created a new solution etc, yet on page 283, it says “The internal schemas project contains a schema InventoryNotification.xsd…” yet i could find nowhere in the download from packt or on your site for the book, http://sites.google.com/site/biztalk2010patterns/documents/inventorymanagement any download of this project, or at least the schema that your book says to use and create a map for.
    Thanks,
    Adam

  2. Kit says:

    Hi Dan, I am reading your book and it is the best Biztalk I have ever read. But I am stuck in Chapter 5 Page 143. In the “Testing the solution”, what I got in folder “SendInventoryPurchaseOrder” is a “Purchase Order” but not “Sales Order”. Could you kindly advise what I might have done wrong?

    And how is the “BTS.MessageType” in filter work? I can’t get it work.
    In page 128, the “Target Namespace” of PurchaseOrder.xsd is
    http://performanceracingparts.com/schemas/PurchaseOrder/internal/2011-050
    But in page 143, the hyperlink in BTS.MessageType is
    http://performanceracingparts.com/schemas/PurchaseOrder/internal/2011-05#PurchaseOrder
    the 050 become 05, I am not sure there is mistake in your book. Could you kindly advise?

    Thanks very much for author this book. I learnt Biztalk from scratch from this.

    Regards,
    Kit

    • danrosanova says:

      Finally! Someone has noticed. Yes, that second one is a typo in the book should be 2011-05 not 2011-050. That will fix the filter. As for the first issue the send port sounds like it is missing the map or that the map on there has a different source document identify- meaning namespace#root.
      Thanks!
      Dan

  3. Kit says:

    Hi Dan,

    Thanks for your reply.

    In Chapter 5 Page 143, in “Testing the solution”, I got “Purchase Order” in folder “SendInventoryPurchaseOrder” but not “Sales Order”

    Do you have any hints for me to troubleshoot it? Thank you very much.

    Regards,
    Kit

  4. Kit says:

    Thanks Dan for the hints, I overlooked your first reply.

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