What happened in SDK 2009 to the classes from SDK Adapter 2004? RRS feed

  • Question

  • I have been assigned the task to debugg a  Biztalk 2009 project. This solution is using code callling objects and methods from the adapters 2004 SDK.  My problem is that we want to remove the 2004 SDK and use only the 2009 SDK adapters. 
    Some classes are now longer available in the 2009 version of the SDK, for exemple:
    standardReceiveBatchHandler, Task scheduler, IManageEndPoints,TransmitterMessage or Batch.
    Have those classes been replaced? Is there a relatively easy way to make old code work with new code?
    Friday, November 27, 2009 8:27 AM

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  • Hi,

    After some searching and asking, here is the info I get:
    "There is another implementation of TaskScheduler using just a Timer in the File Adapter sample.  What was IManageEndPoints is now part of ControlledTermination.  standardReceiveBatchHandler is mostly replaced by Batch.cs.


    Also, collections were changed from Arrays to Collections.
    I've never seen a migration guide of anything like that. 
    " - Jihad Stephens

    Hope it helps


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    Friday, December 4, 2009 8:55 AM