BizTalkSummit 2012

The yearly Biztalk Summit takes place on December 10th and 11th at the Microsoft Campus in Redmond… So it’s only just over.

On the BizTalk summit the new BizTalk roadmap will be revealed to all attendees. The summit is invite only and its not advertised anywhere outside the closed community of existing customers, partners, MVP’s and few more. Cnext is one of the happy few that got the honor of attending the BizTalk Summit 2012, joining the best integrators on the planet.

Stay tuned for more…

For now, here is the agenda…


Keynote – Vision and roadmap for BizTalk
Overview of new features in BizTalk on-premises and in the Cloud
Host Integration Server (HIS)
Deep Dive on BizTalk Server 2013
B2B Integration with Windows Azure BizTalk Services
Microsoft Consulting Services: Notes from the Field
Ask the BizTalk Team – moderated Panel Discussion


Joint Session: Microsoft Integration in the Enterprise
Track 1 Track 2
Windows Azure BizTalk Services: Service Experience Implementing SOA with BizTalk Server – Service Virtualization and Governance
Extending Windows Azure BizTalk Services BizTalk Server Management and Monitoring
Real-world hybrid integration solutions with BizTalk “Server and Services” Building Healthcare Provider solutions with BizTalk Server
Implementing an ESB with BizTalk Server Healthcare HIPAA Solutions with BizTalk Server
Reception / Mingle with the Product Group & Services

BizTalk error: ‘The message found multiple request response subscriptions’


When trying to send a message to multiple request response ports you can receive the following error in BizTalk:

The message found multiple request response subscriptions. A message can only be routed to a single request response subscription.



First of all, you’ll need to reconsider if it’s architecturally sound to route a message to two request response ports? if yes, read further

Pre-BizTalk 2010

hot fix available at location

BizTalk 2010

1) Inside the BizTalk administration console open the BizTalk Settings Dashboard


2) Go to the tab for the hosts settings, and select the host used by the request response ports.


3) Check the checkbox for property Allow Multiple Responses