Author: Burhan Ramay

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Oracle Connectivity in BizTalk Server 2013

When using Oracle in BizTalk Server, it is very common to come across time consuming tasks. This post was created to minimize time and maximize quality assurance. Installing/Configuring Oracle Download Oracle from ( Start the setup and go through the Oracle database installation process. It is important to know the SID and the service name. The SID is the unique name of the scenario and the service name is the alias. This is crucial to connecting from Visual Studio when generating schemas from BizTalk. If the SID and service name is unknown locate the file tnsnames.ora. .. In default...

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How to use File Connector in Logic App

For the best results, it is recommended that you have basic knowledge in Azure and an active Azure subscription. Logic App Logic App is one of four services offered by Azure App Services. The other three services include Web App, Mobile App and API App. Logic App and API App work very closely together. All of the connectors that can be used in logic app are basically API Apps, which are available in the marketplace. In case you cannot find any connector that fulfills your needs, you can always build a custom connector using the API App. To learn...

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BizTalk: Monitoring for Business Rules Engine (BRE) Policies

Business Rules Engine When developing an application, model rules are vital such as; validating data outside of application codes for a direct hands-on-approach. The Business Rules Framework is a Microsoft .NET class library, which provides an engine to link highly readable, declarative, semantically rich rules to any business objects. It provides a convenient way for business clients building applications to define and change rules without impacting application code. Once rules are written in code, compiling and deploying the application each time for any further changes in rules would be required. Scenario Business users have the permissions to publish and...

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Integrating with SAP using the MuleSoft Mule ESB

Introduction Companies using SAP as a resource planning solution may need to integrate it with other applications in order to automate their business processes. This article demonstrates how to connect other systems with SAP using MuleSoft Mule ESB. Step by Step Guide Install and Configure Java Connector Libraries There are SAP Java Connector (JCo) libraries available which SAP Transport uses to perform below operations in the Mule application: Execute BAPI functions over synchronous RFC (sRFC), transactional RFC (tRFC) and queued RFC (qRFC). Send IDocs over tRFC and qRFC. Receive IDocs over tRFC and qRFC. Transform all SAP objects (JCoFunction...

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SSIS – How to Connect to and execute SOQL with a runtime filter

Integration development teams often need to connect different systems using Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS). In this blog, I will demonstrate how to connect with using SSIS. There is no robust way available in Visual Studio tools to perform read/write operations on Salesforce objects. There is a widely used 3rd party plugin from CozyRoc to establish communication and perform task operations in SSIS. After installing CozyRoc, SForce connection manager, source and destination components will appear under the SSIS toolbox in Visual Studio. 1. Create new SSIS project in Visual Studio. 2. Right click on Connection Managers and...

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How to connect on-premise apps to the Cloud using Mulesoft Cloudhub

As Cloud computing enjoys increased adoption, it is very common for companies to seek to connect their on-premise applications to Cloud-based systems. In this article, I will demonstrate the high-level architecture for implementing such an integration using MuleSoft Cloudhub. In this particular scenario, we are retrieving data from an internal application and synching to (SFDC) after a specified interval.

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