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Sandro PereiraABOUT ME:
My name is Sandro Pereira and I live in Oporto – Portugal. I work as a consultant at DevScope. My main focus is on Integration Technologies where I’ve been using .Net, Microsoft BizTalk Server and SOAP/XML/XSLT since 2002. I’m an active blogger and a participant on the MSDN BizTalk Server Forums.

I’ve experience in almost all BizTalk versions: 2004, 2006, 2006 R2, 2009, 2010 and migration of projects of 2002. In the last few years I have been working on Cloud Provisioning at a major telecommunications service provider here in Portugal.

I’m  an active member and moderator on the MSDN BizTalk Server Forums, Code Gallery contributor and was awarded Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for BizTalk Server by Microsoft since 2011. I’m also member of theBizTalkBrazil community: http://www.biztalkbrasil.com.br/, member of BizTalk Administrators community: http://www.biztalkadminsblogging.com and member of NetPonto community: http://netponto.org/.

My email address: sandro-pereira@live.com.pt, feel free to contact me or leave a comment to a post on this blog.

ABOUT THIS BLOG:

This blog is a place for me to write and share useful notes about BizTalk Server, .Net, tools, links, articles, sample code and experiences that are related to my work, hoping to be interesting for some.

MICROSOFT MOST VALUABLE PROFESSIONAL:

Awarded as a Microsoft® Most Valuable Professional (MVP), BizTalk for 1/1/2011 – 1/1/2012
Awarded as a Microsoft® Most Valuable Professional (MVP), BizTalk for 1/1/2012 – 1/1/2013
Awarded as a Microsoft® Most Valuable Professional (MVP), Microsoft Integration for 1/1/2013 – 1/1/2014
Awarded as a Microsoft® Most Valuable Professional (MVP), Microsoft Integration for 1/1/2014 – 1/1/2015

SOCIAL MSDN MICROSOFT PROFILE:

MICROSOFT CERTIFICATIONS:

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Microsoft® Certified Technology Specialist  (MCTS)

Certification/Version:

Microsoft Biztalk Server 2010

Achievement Date:

09/20/2011

Certification/Version:

Biztalk® Server 2006, Custom

Applications

Achievement Date:

07/26/2007

View my official MCP transcript on the Microsoft Learning site and my MCP Profile

Other Certifications:

  • Microsoft Partner Network Sales and Marketing Competency Assessment for Application Integration (2010)
  • Microsoft Partner Network Sales and Marketing Competency Assessment for Application Integration (2012)
  • Microsoft Partner Network BizTalk Technical Competency Assessment for Application Integration (2013)

SOCIAL NETWORKS:

WORK ADDRESS:
Rua Passos Manuel, 223 – 4º Floor
Oporto
4000-385 Oporto Portugal

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BIZTALK CREW:

Member and co-founder of the BizTalk Crew, that are responsible for organize BizTalk Innovation Events accross all Europe, along with Nino Crudele (Microsoft Integration MVP from Italy), Saravana Kumar (Microsoft Integration MVP from UK), Steef-Jan Wiggers (Microsoft Integration MVP from Nederland) and Tord Glad Nordahl (Microsoft Integration MVP from Norway).

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DISCLAIMER:

The views and opinions stated in this blog are mine and do not necessarily reflect those of my employer. Each posting on this blog is provided “AS IS” with no warranties, and confers no rights.

Qualification

Version

Date of Certification/ Membership

Description: Certification Logo Image

Biztalk® Server 2006, Custom Applications

7/26/2007

Comments
  1. Gisis says:

    I have encountered the following situation.Would appreciate your insights.

    Case description:

    1.We are using BTS 2010 (w/Adapter pack 2010) to post IDoc messages into SAP (ECC 6, EHP 5).
    2.My scenario is a plain FTP to SAP.
    3.I used the WCF-SAP Adapter with a strongly typed Schema and a Send operation.
    4.We have created a Target Schema representing a multi IDoc structure in order to handle a 1: n scenario (using the maxOccurs setting originally set to 2147483647 available in Adapter pack 2010)
    5.When a single message with multi-line arrives we need to generate a single IDoc message of each line. (Control record +1 line of payload)
    Currently the result IDoc is not what we expect:

    We get “N” Idocs (according to the amount of kines in the source files) and the payload is replicated to each IDoc.(not spilted to single record per IDoc.

    Attached is the XML as picked up from the Msg. Box by the Adapter just before posting theIDoc to SAP.

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