Monthly Archives: February 2009

XPath

A friend of mine was finding himself drawn (somewhat against his will) into the world of XPath today when BizTalk started complaining about something called a Loop Path.  It reminded me that with the advent of ILM2 codeless provisioning we are … Continue reading

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Conditional Operation Execution

Before I go on to discuss Incoming Change Detection, one of the lesser understood features I’ve been using recently is the ability to jump to a label in an OpList on evaluation of a condition.  Such an OpList might look … Continue reading

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Change Detection – Outgoing

There are basically two key concepts which make Event Broker the ideal "orchestrator" for any ILM/MIIS solution – its ability to invoke "inbound" flows (import/sync – ideally deltas) on detecting changes in a connected directory (CD), and to invoke "outgoing" or … Continue reading

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Event Broker and ILM2

Well that’s satisfying … today at the ILM2 course I found that Event Broker works beautifully with ILM2 without any changes being required to the code base .  Awesome!  Even better I was able to get delta imports firing from … Continue reading

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