Support Visual Studio 2013 in Windows Azure BizTalk Services SDK
As Visual Studio 2013 become RTM and Azure SDK 2.2 supports it, you should support it also in Windows Azure BizTalk Services SDK since it currently only support VS2012
It is really necessary ASAP.
Thanks for the feedback. We are looking to address this soon.
So thinking that some else might have a solution we took a look at this post: http://channel9.msdn.com/Forums/TechOff/Developing-BizTalk-2013-R2-solutions-using-Visual-Studio-2013-and-SQL-Server-2014. Unfortunately, right in the installation process for Biztalk 2013, when you go to select the “SDK and Development tools” it says Visual Studio 2012 must be in stalled. Personally, I think Satya needs to fire another 10,000 or so.
Any ETA no matter how rough?
Amar Srivastava commented
Still waiting for a Microsoft Azure BizTalk Services SDK for VS2013
Adeokun Adekunle commented
Good Afternoon Mr Ribeiro, I would Like To know if Windows Azure Biztalk Services is supported in Visual studio 2013, if it isnt ,can we know when it is going to be?? Also can i use the biztalk services in the azure management portal for the main time that the Windows Azure Biztalk services doesnt seem to be suppported by VS 2013
One important feature is missing that is available in BTS 2013 and R2 is map debugging. Also, it seems that there is no way to check or degub when something goes wrong in 1 end point
This should be addressed very quickly. I am pushing a dev team to switch to Azure BizTalk services, all developers have VS 2013. As a consultant to this company, I can not request them to go back to VS 2012
Vs2013 support is much missed here. Coming from BTS2013R2 development I would HATE to have to go back to an old VS version again, just to get my BizTalk Services Dev on ... Is this something that is being worked on?
Any update on this topic? Windows Azure BizTalk Services SDK supports VS2013 now?
This is critical. Visual Studio 2012 is almost impossible to get now so Microsoft are pushing a product on Azure that requires a development studio they have deprecated. Microsoft are close to having a product that nobody can use until this is resolved.
is that issue resolved....i am facing same problem
Karthik Bharathy commented
Thanks for the feedback Gutemberg.
-Karthik Bharathy | PM Microsoft.