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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Indianapolis, IN : Sams, ©2002
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|ISBN:||0768658985 9780768658989 9780672321764 0672321769|
|Description:||1 online resource (xxiii, 1076 pages) : illustrations|
|Series Title:||Unleashed Ser.|
|Responsibility:||Susie Adams [and others].|
BizTalk is an integral part of the Microsoft .NET. The administrator and developer both will find this book a comprehensive source to help them understand, and problem solve wherever they are exploring BizTalk. Two high profile BizTalk spokespersons--John Matranga and Microsoft's BizTalk trainer Susie Adams. Explanations of what every portion of BizTalk is, what it does and how it fits together. Includes multiple examples then moves to debugging and troubleshooting. The authors spend significant time on tackling the "gotchas" (the things that can inevitably go wrong with any complex new, cutting-edge technology). Real-world scenarios, code examples and simulations for every major topic area. BizTalk Unleashed explains systems, terms and interactions, give code examples and business scenarios and regular de-bugging tips and troubleshooting schema for each chapter and section. Part One: Structure of the book--a pyramid book organization beginning at the base. Part Two: Purposes, goals and major components of BizTalk--the fundamental BizTalk markup technologies are covered: XML, Soap and the BizTalk Framework. Part Three: BizTalk Administration--installation, hardware requirements, scalability, security, team management issues, Backup. Part Four: Modeling Business Documents--Using the BizTalk Editor and the BizTalk Mapper. Part Five: BizTalk Messaging--the engine and understanding how BizTalk Messaging routes messages; using the BizTalk Messaging Manager; document tracking and activity monitoring; performance analysis. Part Six: BizTalk Process Orchestration--Using the BizTalk Designer; XLANG orchestration engine; interaction of BizTalk messaging and orchestration. Part Seven: Extending BizTalk Server 2000--application interaction components; types and when to use them; custom serializers, parsers and functoids; the administration object model. Part Eight: Integrating the BizTalk Server and Commerce Server. Part Nine: Appendices. John Matranga Chief Technology Officer, Omicron, has been with Omicron for 11 years. Omicron is a vendor for Microsoft and has been very involved in the creation of the BizTalk Orchestration as XML experts. He is a frequent conference speaker on XML, Web Services and Microsoft .NET. Susie Adams, Senior Technology Specialist, Microsoft Corporation, has been with Microsoft and the BizTalk product for two years (since the BizTalk alpha). She has taught on the BizTalk product at Microsoft Tech Ed 2000, Dev Days, Microsoft technology briefings and leads ongoing internal BizTalk trainings for other MS consultants.