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Posted 22 Aug 2011

BizUnit 4.0 and BizTalk 2010 - Simple Orchestration

, 18 Feb 2014
This article will demonstrate how to use BizUnit 4.0 to unit test a simple orchestration in BizTalk 2010.

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About the Author

Neil Weller
Architect Timewave Technologies Ltd
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I graduated from Sussex University in 1994 after spending 3 years studying Computing and Artificial Intelligence for a BA(Hons).

My first job was with a consultancy company programming in VB3 with SQL Server 4.21. During my time with that consultancy Java was released and I spent my own time learning it. I left after 3 years to start in business on my own. I spent a while providing VB and Java consultancy. I then moved into C# when .Net was first released and started working with BizTalk in 2004.

In 1997 I founded Timewave Technologies Ltd, a small consultancy providing solutions to all sizes of organisations in all areas of development and integration.

I have a passion for BizTalk and all things Integration related. I also have a few apps on the WP7 marketplace.

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