with different namespace, its possible..
Reasons for message immutable: A received message might have
multiple subscribers (orchestration, sendports etc) means each
subscriber of a particular message references the same, single
copy of that message. So, it make sense the message is not
modified by any single service like Orchestration or
2. Since single copy is referenced by multiple subscribers, it
minimize storage. ( A ref counter is maintained for each
message and messages with ref count of 0 are periodically
3. The concept of messages being immutable also allows for
detailed tracking of message state as messages flow through
There are 4 ways to restart host instance:
1)VS 2008-->Select biztalk project-->properties-->in
deployment pane-->select host restart ti true
2)go to run cmd-->type services-->select our host instance's
SSO and click on restart
3)go to Biztalk admin console and select host instance and
right click -->restart
4)Go to cmd prompt and type the command for host instance
No...Because atomic doesn't have property to maintain
Distinguished Fields are written in the message context by
the pipeline when a message is received on a port.
Distinguished fields are written into the context using the
Write() method on the IBaseMessageContext object.
Only single copy will send because host instance is for load balancing purpose so that will send only to send location which is belongs to that host instance
we can extract the field value by using xpath(msgin "string()");
As per my knowledge he is Kapil..9535218782
Create a MAP in Biz talk and add first name and last name
strings with space in between and map to destination schema
node. Use that map in port to port binding either in recieve
port or in send port.