BizTalk Server 2002 Design and Implementation

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BizTalk Server 2002 Design and Implementation shows developers how to write BizTalk Server 2002 applications by example. Readers will learn BizTalk Server 2002 step-by-step as they read through the chapters and build an actual BizTalk Server application. Readers will also be exposed to the many invaluable lessons that Xin Chen learned by designing and implementing a number of high-profile BizTalk Server projects.

Among other topics covered are the Messaging and Orchestration ...

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Overview

BizTalk Server 2002 Design and Implementation shows developers how to write BizTalk Server 2002 applications by example. Readers will learn BizTalk Server 2002 step-by-step as they read through the chapters and build an actual BizTalk Server application. Readers will also be exposed to the many invaluable lessons that Xin Chen learned by designing and implementing a number of high-profile BizTalk Server projects.

Among other topics covered are the Messaging and Orchestration services, programming BizTalk Server, application deployment, performance and fault tolerance, application security, and many more advanced BizTalk Server features. Also included are design discussions on how to build an effective BizTalk Server 2002 solution. BizTalk Server 2002 Design and Implementation provides everything developers need to know to build an end-to-end BizTalk Server solution.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781590590348
  • Publisher: Apress
  • Publication date: 11/15/2002
  • Series: .NET Developer
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 704
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.24 (h) x 1.68 (d)

Meet the Author

Xin Chen is the founder of Xtremework, Inc. Since the inception of .NET, Xin has helped customers in a wide range of industries turn their business ideas into software products using .NET technology. Leveraging his expertise in .NET and enterprise application integration, Xin has also worked with several technology leaders, such as Microsoft and Accenture, to bring winning solutions to their customers. When not working overtime, Xin enjoys reading books, writing books, and resting. He is the author of BizTalk 2002 Design and Implementation (Apress, 2003). Xin Chen earned a master's degree in statistics from Columbia University and is currently living in New Jersey.
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to BizTalk Server 2002
Chapter 2: BizTalk Server 2002 Installation
Chapter 3: Planning a BizTalk Server Solution
Chapter 4: Starting with BizTalk Messaging
Chapter 5: Implementing BizTalk Orchestration
Chapter 6: Configuring BizTalk Messaging for Outgoing Documents
Chapter 7: Flat Files and Mapping
Chapter 8: Other BizTalk Server Features
Chapter 9: Advanced BizTalk Messaging Features
Chapter 10: Advanced BizTalk Orchestration Features
Chapter 11: BizTalk Server Programming
Chapter 12: Securing BizTalk Server
Chapter 13: Building an Effective BizTalk Application
Chapter 14: Deployment Strategies and Solutions
Chapter 15: BizTalk Serverwith Microsoft Operations Manager
Appendix A Microsoft Message Queue
Appendix B BizTalk Server API Reference
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