Microsoft has provided us a lot of nifty new features with BizTalk 2016, and among them are a few different ways to control the various application settings while importing and exporting applications. We’ve discussed some of these new additions in a previous post, but today we’ll talk about a new checkbox which allows us to control whether or not the tracking settings will be imported.
In a previous blog, we discussed a number of new features that were added to the admin console with the release of BizTalk 2016. This new release has provided users with a number of helpful features, and among them is the ability to import and export parties separately from applications.
Last week Microsoft released a new version of BizTalk, and they’ve added some exciting new features. A comprehensive list of changes has been provided by Microsoft here, but we’ll take a closer look at a few of the changes in the admin console which make life a lot easier for BizTalk users.
SWIFT – or the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication – is the main global provider for secure messaging in financial transactions. The standard they created and currently maintain is utilized by hundreds of banks throughout the world. Today we’re going to go through a quick tutorial for getting set up with A4SWIFT, BizTalk’s SWIFT messaging accelerator for speeding up integration with this platform.