MSDN TV: Advanced Orchestration Concepts in BizTalk Server 2004 - Convoy Processing
Erik Leaseburg demonstrates an advanced BizTalk orchestration design pattern called Convoys (more formally known as concurrent or sequential correlated receives).
- After growing comfortable building simple orchestrations, you may be wondering how to take those orchestrations to the next level. Erik Leaseburg demonstrates an advanced BizTalk orchestration design pattern called Convoys (more formally known as concurrent or sequential correlated receives). When a group of correlated messages could potentially be received at the same time, a race condition could occur in which a correlation set in a particular orchestration instance must be initialized by one of the messages before the other messages can be correlated to that orchestration instance. To ensure that all of the correlated messages will be received by the same orchestration instance, BizTalk detects the potential for such a race condition and treats these messages as a convoy.
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