Detach EDI node when Source XML element is missing in BizTalk maps

In this post I will share a TIP to detach EDI N2 node segment when the source XML element is missing Business Scenario: A BizTalk environment containing some BizTalk maps that  transforms the source XML files into EDI documents. In the scenario we have to generate the EDI 940 document and avoid printing N2 if … Continue reading Detach EDI node when Source XML element is missing in BizTalk maps

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Debugging code using LINQ and Lambda Expressions in VS 2015

 In this post I will share how easy we can debug LINQ and Lambda expressions in Visual Studio 2015. Sometimes, it is difficult to see larger list in debugging mode. With this feature of VS 2015 we can filter list using LINQ or Lambda expression using Immediate or Watch windows. Let’s take a quick example of … Continue reading Debugging code using LINQ and Lambda Expressions in VS 2015

Diagnosing using IntelliTrace in Visual Studio 2015

One of the exciting and time saving features for diagnosing issues in Visual Studio 2015 is IntelliTrace. This allows to perform historical debugging by recording the events generated by your application. In this post we will see how easy we can enable IntelliTrace in Visual Studio 2015 and perform debugging using Diagnostic tools window. In … Continue reading Diagnosing using IntelliTrace in Visual Studio 2015

Creating ASP.NET 5 Web Application using Yeoman Generator

In this post we will explore Yeoman generator that helps to scaffold ASP.NET 5 web application using command line statements. What is Yeoman? Yeoman is a set of tools that facilitates building web applications. It comprises of three tools yo (scaffolding template tool) task runner/build tool (Grunt, Gulp) package manager (Bower, npm) In this post … Continue reading Creating ASP.NET 5 Web Application using Yeoman Generator

Angular JS with ASP.NET MVC – Part 3

In this post we will develop a simple page that displays the list of customers, by clicking on any record from the list, it opens up the customer page where a user can update its record. This post is a third part of Angular JS with ASP.NET application. In the last posts we developed and configured AngularJS in ASP.NET … Continue reading Angular JS with ASP.NET MVC – Part 3

Angular JS with ASP.NET MVC – Part 2

In the first part we just configured angular JS application in ASP.NET MVC. You may have noticed that we accessed the scope variables of DemoController using $ sign. This time we will use the $route variable to route and open different views in a single page container where ng-view will be defined. $ is a … Continue reading Angular JS with ASP.NET MVC – Part 2

AngularJS in ASP.NET MVC – Part 1

This is the first part from the series of posts I have planned for AngularJS in which I will provide an in-depth knowledge about AngularJS and how to use that in developing business applications with ASP.NET MVC, WEB API and Entity framework In this post we will discuss about the core features of AngularJS and … Continue reading AngularJS in ASP.NET MVC – Part 1

Understanding OWIN by developing a custom OWIN middleware component

OWIN stands for Open Web Interface for .NET that decouples the Web Application from Web Server through an interface. In this article I will try to show some basic example of creating custom OWIN middle ware component and using it in self-host console application. The idea is to clarify the working of OWIN and what we … Continue reading Understanding OWIN by developing a custom OWIN middleware component