BizTalk Application deployment can be done using the following:
☛ Deploying from Visual Studio
☛ Building a Microsoft Installer (MSI) package that can be exported or imported between environments.
☛ Using command line-based tools such as MSBuild and BtsTask.
☛ Using community frameworks, such as BizTalk Deployment Framework and NANT.
Because only one thread can submit messages through the port and each message has to wait for messages through the port and each message has to wait for the message before it can be processed.
In Unlisted state send port does not subscribe to any messages and no messages will be sent through the port.
When Failed message routing is enabled and if an error occurs at the port, then the message will have all the regular context properties unprompted and instead have some error-specific context properties promoted - all in the ErrorReport Namespace e.g. ErrorReport.ErrorType, ErrorReport.ReceivePortName etc.
☛ Store all messages and context received.
☛ Stores all subscriptions.
☛ Stores all Host Queues.
When we run MSI packages, it will register the application with Windows Operating System and then load any related assemblies in the Global Assembly Cache.
If a send port is directly bound to an orchestration port,then filters do not apply.
No. The names of the various ports must be unique, not just inside an Application but for the whole BizTalk group.
The group hub gives the user an overview of what is currently going on inside BizTalk.
BizTalk will no longer need to hold on the message and the message will be removed from BizTalk.