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Parallel Branching and Scoping in BizTalk Orchestrations - Advanced Concepts

, 14 Mar 2006 CPOL
This article explains the various tricky issues in parallel branching in BizTalk Server 2004 Orchestrations.
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About the Author

Naveen Karamchetti
Architect AT&T Wi-Fi Services
United States United States
Naveen has done his Masters (M.S.) in Computer science, has started his career programming the mainframes and now has more than a decade of programming, development and design experience. Naveen has a sharp eye and keen observation skills. Naveen has worked for several companies and strived hard to build large scale business applications and bringing better solutions to the table.
Quite recently Naveen has built a fairly complex integration platform for a large bank. His hobbies include training, mentoring and research. Naveen spends his free time visiting National Parks nationwide.
Naveen has developed the BizTalk Control Center (BCC)

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