Wouldnt it be nice to click a DLL and see it's internal schemas and objects contained in a Biztalk DLL , IF you have used ildasm for .net asemblies you know what I am talking about . There is a feature in Biztalk for that , YOu ned to register that dll to get the view in your explorer
The extension is the BtsAsmExt.dll and is located in the \Program Files\Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004\Developer Tools subdirectory.
To enable this functionality
regsvr32 "C:\Program Files\Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004\Developer Tools\BtsAsmExt.dll"
You will see the BizTalk Server Assemblies icon in Windows Explorer alongside the drive letters.
When you click on the BizTalk Server Assemblies you will a list of all of the deployed assemblies. You can then click on each of the assemblies and you will see the BizTalk artifacts that are used in that specific assembly. These includes Orchestrations, Schemas, Maps and Pipelines. In addition, if you double click on an individual artifact, the Type Content Viewer windows pops up and will show you an XML representation.
This tool also includes additional functionality. It adds a BizTalk Server Search pane (found under the View ->Explorer Bar->BizTalk Server Search) which lets you search across the deployed assemblies for any of the BizTalk types. So, I could do a search for any schemas that are referenced by pipelines across all assemblies or Correlation Types referenced by Orchestrations found in assembly X.