ALTER TABLE TMP_EMPL ADD (SALARY2 NUMBER GENERATED ALWAYS AS (ORA_HASH(EMPL_ID || FULLNAME || MNGR_ID || SALARY)));

PowerShell for BizTalk Server

http://psbiztalk.codeplex.com/

Naming convention

http://www.traceofthought.net/misc/BizTalk%20Naming%20Conventions.htm

BizTalk Cop (check convention name rules)

A set of FxCop rules for enforcing coding standards on BizTalk projects. First release includes configurable naming rules based on Scott Colestock's published conventions.
http://biztalkcop.codeplex.com/

BizTalk Performance Benchmark

Project Description
The BizTalk Benchmark Wizard is a simple tool to validate a BizTalk installation, making sure it performs as could be expected.

The purpose of this tool is to verify your BizTalk environment performs as expected. The typical use-case where you would use the BizTalk Benchmark Wizard would be after BizTalk Server is installed and before deploying any solutions to the environment.

BizTalk Benchmark Wizard performs load to BizTalk Server in relation to specific scenarios. During the execution of the test, counter information is collected and benchmarked against collected statistics relevant to your BizTalk Server environment
http://bbw.codeplex.com/

Windows AppFabric Server(WSAF) is a set of integrated technologies that make it easier to build, scale and manage Web and composite applications that run on IIS.

Windows Azure AppFabric(WAAF) If you are looking for the Windows Azure AppFabric, which helps developers connect apps and services between Windows Azure and on-premises deployments.

ITS Consulting is dedicated company on the AppFabric solution, we could assist you defining and putting in place your needs, contact us for further information

Biztalk Server tips 

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/cc163423.aspx#S5

SCOM 2007 PACK 4 Biztalk Server

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=389fcb89-f4cf-46d7-bc6e-57830d234f91&DisplayLang=en

Post Build Event in Visual Studio to GAC the assembly

"$(DevEnvDir)..\..\SDK\v2.0\Bin\GacUtil.exe" /i "$(TargetPath)" /f

Une erreur étrange que j'ai eu sur mon chemin.

Je me suis arraché la tête pendant plusieurs heures, maintenant avec l'article http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/sqldataaccess/thread/db3d8038-4c3b-4daa-b5c9-b1486fe1d3c5

 peut être que je pourrais trouver la solution

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This article will come soon, with explanations from installing the adapter to calling a polling function all this, by using the Oracle Advanced Queueing