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Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010 Unleashed is the 100% new, 100% practical developer’s guide to Microsoft’s most powerful version of BizTalk Server. Written by an expert team of Microsoft insiders and BizTalk MVPs, it reflects unsurpassed experience with all phases of BizTalk enterprise solutions development, from planning through deployment and administration.

 

The authors begin by introducing BizTalk Server’s architecture and key integration concepts. Next, they offer in-depth coverage of BizTalk’s foundational features, including schemas, maps, orchestrations, and pipelines. You’ll learn how to effectively utilize both standard and custom adapters; monitor integration services; leverage cloud computing via Windows Azure; implement operational BI solutions; and make the most of business rules and BizTalk’s Business Rules Engine (BRE).

 

The authors offer best practices and “in the trenches” tips for everything from managing deployments through implementing state-of-the-art mobile RFID solutions. No other book offers this much useful, pragmatic, and tested knowledge for successful BizTalk development.

 

Brian Loesgen is a Principal Architect Evangelist on Microsoft’s Azure ISV team. A six-time Microsoft MVP, he has extensive experience in building advanced enterprise, ESB, and SOA solutions. He has coauthored eight books, including SOA with .NET and Windows Azure. Charles Young, a principal consultant at Solidsoft, and Jan Eliasen, an IT architect at Logica, have each been honored repeatedly as BizTalk MVPs, and are highly respected bloggers in the BizTalk community. Scott Colestock, chief architect for Trace Ventures, specializes in using BizTalk to implement integration and service orchestration solutions. He is a member of Microsoft’s Architectural Advisory Board and a BizTalk MVP. Anush Kumar, CTO of S3Edge, served as Microsoft’s RFID business leader and was heavily involved in designing and architecting its BizTalk RFID offerings. Jon Flanders is an independent consultant, instructor for Pluralsight, BizTalk MVP, and author of RESTful .NET.

  • Apply BizTalk Server’s sophisticated, scalable message exchange model to support virtually any business requirement
  • Get your schemas right the first time, so you can avoid major problems downstream
  • Use BizTalk Mapper to create maps for transforming inbound and outbound XML messages and supporting business processes
  • Use orchestration to automate even highly-complex processes
  • Utilize adapters and WCF to integrate any application, service, or system
  • Extend your application’s reach with Windows Azure AppFabric
  • Capture key BizTalk infrastructure, services, and business metrics
  • Build powerful rules-based solutions with Microsoft’s Business Rules Framework
  • Establish an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) that uses BizTalk Server as core messaging infrastructure
  • Efficiently manage, configure, and troubleshoot BizTalk through the Administration Console
  • Create RFID applications ranging from simple label printing to end-to-end business processes

 

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This large comprehensive guide to Microsoft's BizTalk Server 2010 provides IT managers with information on core processes and practical uses of this popular business process integration software. The volume covers basic functions such as schemas, maps, pipelines and orchestrations and advanced features such as extensibility, activity monitoring and rules programming. Chapters include illustrations, screen shots, tips and code examples, and access to additional online resources is provided. The authors are business infrastructure and IT professionals from a variety of firms. Annotation ©2011 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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The most complete, practical guide to BizTalk Server 2009: an all-new book focused on delivering real, start-to-finish enterprise solutions

 

  • Pragmatic coverage of every crucial step of BizTalk development: architecture, design, infrastructure, deployment, lifecycle management, and more
  • Fully up to date with the R2 release of BizTalk Server 2009
  • Not a revision of previous BizTalk Server Unleashed books, but completely rewritten from the ground up
  •  

    Microsoft BizTalk Server 2009 Unleashed is the definitive, pragmatic guide to Microsoft's latest and most powerful version of BizTalk Server. In this book, a team of world-class BizTalk Server 2009 experts bring together the deep practical insights .NET developers need to solve real business problems with BizTalk Server 2009 in any enterprise environment. Drawing on their immense BizTalk experience, the authors present best practices for the entire development lifecycle, from planning and architecture through deployment, and beyond. Writing at just the right level of technical detail for experienced .NET developers now starting out with BizTalk, they cover these and many other crucial issues: " Architecting and designing effective, high-value BizTalk solutions " Working with BizTalk schemas, maps, orchestrations, pipelines, pipeline components, and adapters " Implementing business rules with the Microsoft Business Rules Framework " Creating highly-available, high-performance BizTalk environments " Monitoring business activity " Collaborating effectively among BizTalk developers and users " Using BizTalk's leading-edge RFID capabilities Note: This is a 100% new book, NOT an update to Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004 Unleashed.

    About the Author

    Brian Loesgen is a Principal SOA Architect at Microsoft and previously a six-time BizTalk MVP. He co-authored BizTalk Server 2004 Unleashed and five other books. Scott Colestock has been honored several times as a BizTalk MVP. A frequent TechEd presenter, he created a leading BizTalk deployment framework. Charles Young and Jan Eliasen have each been honored repeatedly as BizTalk MVPs, and are highly-respected bloggers in the BizTalk community. Anush Kumar is RFID Platform Product Manager at Microsoft.

    Table of Contents

    Foreword    xxii

    Part I  The Basics

    1  What Is BizTalk Server?    3

    A Brief History of Application Integration    3

    BizTalk Server Capabilities    7

    Adaptation    7

    Mediation    8

    Exception Handling    8

    Orchestration and Choreography    9

    Performance and Scalability    9

    Security    10

    Insight    10

    Electronic Data Interchange    11

    RFID Event Handling    11

    What Is a “Typical” BizTalk Solution?    11

    BizTalk Server, WCF, and WF    12

    Summary    14

    2  Schemas    15

    BizTalk Schemas    16

    XML Schema Definition    16

    Properties    17

    Internal Schemas    18

    XML Schemas    20

    Existing XSDs    20

    Generating an XSD    21

    Creating an XSD    21

    Flat File Schemas    36

    Add Existing Schemas    38

    Creating by Hand    38

    Flat File Schema Wizard    47

    EDI Schemas    60

    Messages That Are Not XML and Not Flat File    60

    Pass-Through Pipeline    60

    Custom Disassembler    61

    Custom Editor Extensions    61

    Third-Party Components    61

    Property Promotion    61

    Distinguished Fields    63

    Promoted Properties    65

    Property Demotion    66

    When to Use What    67

    Versioning of Schemas    69

    No Long-Running Transactions and a Short Downtime Acceptable    69

    Long-Running Transactions or a Short Downtime Is Unacceptable    70

    Testing    71

    Validate Schemas    71

    Validate Instances    72

    Generate Instances    74

    Unit Testing of Schemas    75

    Testing Using Pipeline Tools    80

    Schemas for Scenario Used in This Book    81

    FineFoods.Common.Schemas    81

    FineFoods.CreditCheck.Schemas    82

    FineFoods.Customers.C1701    82

    FineFoods.Customers.C1702    83

    FineFoods.Customers.Schemas    84

    FineFoods.Inventory.Schemas    84

    FineFoods.Orders.Schemas    84

    FineFoods.PurchaseOrders.Schemas    87

    Summary    88

    3  Maps    89

    The Mapper    90

    Layout of Mapper    90

    Initial Considerations    92

    Creating a Simple Map    94

    Functoids    108

    String Functoids    111

    Mathematical Functoids    112

    Logical Functoids    113

    Date/Time Functoids    115

    Conversion Functoids    116

    Scientific Functoids    116

    Cumulative Functoids    117

    Database Functoids    118

    Advanced Functoids    120

    Third-Party Functoids    122

    Advanced Maps    123

    Mapping Optional Fields    123

    Looping Functoid    123

    Index Functoid    125

    Database Lookup    127

    Scripting Functoid    129

    Functoid Combination    131

    Combination of Functoids for If-Then-Else    131

    Create Separated List    132

    Table Looping Functoid    132

    Conditional Creation of Output Nodes    135

    Custom XSLT    136

    Cross Referencing    136

    Building Custom Functoids    140

    Initial Setup    141

    Normal Functoid    146

    Cumulative Functoid    151

    Developing Advanced Functoids    155

    Deployment of Custom Functoids    157

    Debugging    161

    Testing of Maps    163

    Validating Maps    164

    Testing Maps    164

    Debugging a Map    167

    Unit Testing    168

    Summary    172

    4  Orchestrations    173

    Orchestration Designer    174

    Defining Orchestrations    177

    Building Orchestrations    178

    Messages    182

    Variables    186

    Shapes    188

    Delivery Notification and Handling Retries    217

    Calling Pipelines    218

    Web Services    221

    Dehydration and Rehydration    228

    Correlations    229

    Convoys    234

    Parallel Convoys    234

    Sequential Convoys    235

    Zombies    236

    Transactions    237

    Atomic    238

    Long Running    240

    Compensating Code    241

    Persistence Points    246

    Exception Handling    247

    Debugging    250

    Send Out Messages    250

    Debug and Trace    250

    Breakpoints in Orchestration Debugger    250

    Summary    255

    5  Pipelines    257

    Stages in Pipelines    258

    Stages in a Receive Pipeline    259

    Stages in a Send Pipeline    261

    Built-In Pipelines    262

    Receive Pipelines    262

    Send Pipelines    263

    Built-In Pipeline Components    263

    XML Components    264

    Flat Files    268

    Encoding, Encrypting, and Signing    272

    BizTalk Framework    275

    Validator and Party Resolution    280

    Custom Pipelines    283

    Using the Built-In Pipeline Templates    283

    Creating Custom Pipeline Templates    284

    Custom Pipeline Components    287

    Resources, Attributes, and Constructors    288

    Interfaces    292

    Message and Context Interfaces    305

    Miscellaneous Functionality    309

    Streaming    314

    Properties    317

    Really Fast Pipeline Component Implementation    323

    Deployment    324

    Debugging    327

    Pipeline Component Wizard    329

    Testing    330

    Pipeline    exe    330

    Unit Testing    331

    Summary    334

    6  Adapters    337

    BizTalk Adapters    337

    Native Adapters    338

    Line-of-Business Adapters    339

    BizTalk Adapter Pack    339

    Host Adapters    339

    Third-Party and Custom Adapters    339

    Additional Microsoft Adapters    340

    The Role of WCF Adapters    340

    Adapter Characteristics    340

    Direction    341

    Push and Pull    341

    Message Interchange Pattern    341

    Hosting    342

    Configuration    342

    Batches    343

    Transactions    344

    Message Context    344

    Metadata Harvesting    344

    Registering Adapters    345

    Creating Adapter Handlers    346

    Port-Level Configuration    349

    Configuring Receive Locations    350

    Configuring Send Ports    352

    Adapter Properties    355

    Deploying Bindings    355

    Native Adapters    357

    File Adapter    357

    Robust Interchange    357

    Polling Locked Files    358

    File Renaming    359

    Reliable Messaging Issues    359

    Path and File Names    359

    Security    360

    Additional Send Handler Issues    360

    FTP Adapter    360

    FTP Issues    361

    Handling Duplicate Messages    362

    Staging Files in Temporary Folders    362

    Raw FTP Commands    363

    Secure Messaging    363

    HTTP Adapter    364

    Using HTTP Receive Handlers    364

    Using HTTP Send Handlers    366

    Additional Configuration    366

    MQ Series Adapter    367

    Using MQ Series Receive Handlers    368

    Using MQ Series Send Handlers    369

    Managing Queues    369

    Configuring MQSAgent    370

    MSMQ Adapter    370

    Using MSMQ Receive Handlers    371

    Using MSMQ Send Handlers    372

    Authenticating and Securing Messages    374

    POP3 Adapter    375

    Using POP3 Receive Handlers    376

    Handling Encrypted Messages    377

    SMTP Adapter    377

    Using SMTP Send Handlers    378

    Windows SharePoint Services Adapter    379

    Using WSS Receive Handlers    380

    Using WSS Send Handlers    381

    Mapping SharePoint Columns    383

    SOAP Adapter    383

    WCF Adapters    384

    Windows Communication Foundation    385

    Comparing WCF to BizTalk Server    386

    The Role of BizTalk Native WCF Adapters    388

    Hosting Native WCF Adapters    389

    The WCF Service Publishing Wizard    389

    Publishing Orchestrations    392

    Publishing Schemas    392

    WCF Send Handlers    394

    Importing MEX Endpoints    395

    Importing Metadata Files    396

    Dynamic Ports    397

    Configuring WCF Adapters    397

    Addresses and Identity    398

    Bindings    399

    Behavior    400

    Security and Credentials    401

    Message Handling    402

    Using the SQL Server LoB Adapter    404

    WCF LoB Framework and SDK    404

    SQL Server Adapter    404

    Polling and Notification    405

    Performing Operations via a Send Handler    407

    Additional Adapter Capabilities    408

    Metadata Harvesting    409

    Summary    412

    Part II  Advanced Topics

    7  BizTalk 2010 and WCF: Extensibility    415

    WCF Extensibility    416

    The WCF Channel Stack    416

    ABCs Reviewed    417

    ServiceContract in BizTalk    418

    WCF Behaviors    420

    Example of WCF Extensibility in BizTalk    420

    Summary    429

    8  BizTalk and Windows Azure    431

    Extending the Reach of BizTalk Applications    431

    The AppFabric SDK    432

    Receiving Messages    433

    Sending Messages    434

    Static Send Port    435

    Dynamic Send Port    436

    ESB Off-Ramp    436

    Using InfoPath as a Client    438

    Summary    439

    9  Business Activity Monitoring with BizTalk BAM    441

    BAM and Metrics    441

    What Is BizTalk BAM?    442

    Using BizTalk BAM    444

    End-to-End, High-Level Walkthrough of the BAM Process    444

    Real-Time Versus Scheduled Aggregations    446

    Defining Activities and Views    447

    Progress Dimension    450

    Data Dimension    450

    Numeric Range Dimension    450

    Time Dimension    450

    Using the Tracking Profile Editor    452

    Using the BAM APIs    453

    DirectEventStream (DES)    453

    BufferedEventStream (BES)    453

    OrchestrationEventStream (OES)    454

    IPipelineContext Interface    454

    Creating a Higher-Level API Specifically for Service Metrics    454

    Working with the WCF and WF Interceptors    457

    Using Notifications    460

    Rapid Prototyping    460

    REST and BAM    461

    Managing BAM    461

    BAM Database Considerations    461

    Deployment and Management    461

    Security    462

    Scripting Deployment    462

    Summary    465

    10  The Business Rules Framework    467

    The Importance of Rules    468

    Processes and Policies    468

    Business Policies    469

    Policy Externalization    469

    Policy Scenarios    471

    Business Versus Executable Rules    472

    Business Rule Management    473

    BRMS and the BRF    475

    Example Scenario: Order Processing    476

    Incomplete and Implicit Business Rules    478

    Indirect Policy Mapping    478

    Technical Policy    479

    Data Models    479

    Programmatic Bindings    479

    Priority    479

    Traceability    479

    Refactoring    480

    Testing, Publishing, and Deployment    480

    Managing Change    481

    Real-World Rule-Processing    482

    Using Vocabularies    483

    What About Performance?    484

    Inference and Reasoning    485

    The Business Rules Framework    487

    Introducing the BRF    487

    Rule Storage and Administration    488

    Rule Deployment    489

    Rule Modeling    495

    Rule Execution    497

    Components and Tools    499

    Microsoft Business Rule Language    499

    Business Rules Database    499

    Pub-Sub Adapter    504

    Rule Store Components    505

    SqlRuleStore    505

    OleDbRuleStore    505

    FileRuleStore    506

    Rule Set Deployment Driver    507

    Business Rules Language Converter    507

    Business Rules Engine    507

    Policy Class    507

    Policy Tester Class    509

    BizTalk Server 2010 Rule Engine Extensions    511

    Rule Definition and Deployment    511

    The Rule Composer    512

    Loading Rule Stores    513

    Using the Policy Explorer    516

    Using the Facts Explorer    520

    Composing Rule Conditions    525

    Creating Rule Actions    530

    Rule Engine Component Configuration    532

    Testing Rule Sets    534

    Vocabularies    538

    Strategies for Vocabulary Versioning    543

    Publishing and Deployment    545

    The Rules Engine Deployment Wizard    546

    Using Rules with BizTalk Server    547

    ESB Toolkit    547

    RFID Server    548

    Using Rules in Custom Code    548

    Policy Management in the Administration Console    548

    The Call Rules Orchestration Shape    551

    Policy-Driven Features of the ESB Toolkit    556

    The RFID Server BRE Event Handler    558

    Summary    561

    11  Rule-Based Programming    563

    The Roots of Confusion    563

    Declarativity    564

    Set-Based Programming    565

    Recursive Processing    565

    Blended Paradigms    566

    Limits of Expressivity    567

    Understanding the Rule Engine    568

    Understanding Production Systems    568

    Understanding Short-Circuiting    571

    Using OR Connectives    573

    Understanding Implicit Conditions    576

    Common Rule Patterns    577

    Implementing Quantification    577

    Handling Negation-as-Failure    581

    Using Strong Negation    583

    Designing Rule Sets as State Machines    584

    Exploiting Situated Reasoning    587

    Rule Engine Mechanisms    589

    Understanding Working Memory    589

    The Match-Resolve-Act Cycle    590

    Introducing the Rete Algorithm    593

    Managing Conflict Resolution    594

    Forward- and Backward-Chaining    595

    Working with Facts    597

    Using Typed Fact Classes    597

    Handling XML Documents    598

    Setting XPath Properties in the Rule Composer    599

    XML Type Specifiers    600

    Handling XML Namespaces    602

    Reading and Writing XML Data    602

    Managing Optional XML Nodes    603

    Handling ADO    NET DataTable and DataRow Objects    606

    Handling Data Connections    607

    Handling    NET Types    609

    Invoking Static Type Members    613

    Optimizing Rule Sets    615

    Controlling Side Effects    615

    Optimizing the Rete Network    617

    Programming with the Rule API    618

    Using the Policy Class    618

    Handling Long-Term Facts    623

    Implementing Compensation Handlers    624

    Using the RuleEngine Class    627

    Implementing Custom Rule Store Components    628

    Managing Deployment Programmatically    630

    Creating Rules Programmatically    633

    Summary    637

    12  ESB with BizTalk Server    639

    What Is an ESB?    639

    Introducing the Enterprise Service Bus    639

    What Problems Does an ESB Solve?    640

    What Are the Components of an ESB?    641

    Dynamic Routing    643

    Dynamic Transformation    644

    Message Validation    644

    Message-Oriented Middleware    645

    Is BizTalk a Fully Functional ESB?    645

    What Is the ESB Toolkit?    645

    History of the ESB Toolkit    646

    What Is in the ESB Toolkit?    646

    What’s the Difference Between Native BizTalk Server and BizTalk Server with the ESB Toolkit?    646

    The Magic Behind an ESB    647

    The ESB Toolkit Stack    649

    Itineraries    650

    Specifying Itineraries    651

    The Itinerary Lifecycle    652

    Dynamic Resolution: The Resolvers    653

    Adapter Providers    655

    Service Composition    656

    Messaging-Only Implementations    657

    Unified Exception Management    658

    Exposing Core Services    660

    Distributed ESBs    660

    REST and BizTalk ESB    661

    A Stylistic Comparison    661

    Incorporating REST into the BizTalk ESB    662

    Management    662

    Provisioning and Runtime Governance    662

    SLA Enforcement    663

    Monitoring    663

    Organizational Considerations    664

    Ensuring a Smooth Transition    664

    Gatekeeper Process    665

    Summary    666

    Part III  Deployment and Administration

    13  Administration Console Concepts    669

    Introducing the Administration Console    669

    BizTalk Group Properties    670

    BizTalk Settings Dashboard    672

    Group Hub and Query View    678

    Applications Node    680

    Platform Settings    681

    Hosts    681

    Host Instances    681

    Servers    682

    Message Boxes    683

    Adapters    684

    Summary    685

    14  Deployment Concepts    687

    The Work to Be Done    687

    “Application” as a Formal Concept    689

    Where Does It All Begin? (Inside Visual Studio)    691

    Folder and Project Structure    691

    Namespaces and Assembly Names    692

    Applying Strong Names    693

    Setting Deployment Properties    694

    Fine Foods Solution    696

    Deploying from Visual Studio    697

    Binding and Starting the Application    698

    Edit/Debug Cycle    700

    Handling Binding Files During Development    703

    Creating and Managing Deployable Packages    704

    Other Types of Resources    707

    Binding Files as Resources    708

    Deployment Scripts as Resources    709

    Exporting MSI Files    712

    Handling MSI Export on a Build Server    713

    Deploying MSI Packages to a BizTalk Group    715

    Import/Install via Command Line    717

    Handling Other Deployables    718

    Business Activity Monitoring    718

    Rule Vocabularies and Policies    719

    Handling Upgrade and Versioning Scenarios    719

    Summary    720

    Part IV  RFID

    15  BizTalk RFID    723

    RFID Overview    724

    The BizTalk RFID Framework    725

    Installation Notes for BizTalk RFID    727

    Device Applications    731

    Vendor Extensions and Extensibility    743

    Tag Operations    749

    Introducing RFID Processes    756

    Exception Handling    771

    Debugging (Process Hosting Model)    773

    Integration and Deployment Considerations    773

    Summary    778

    16  BizTalk RFID Mobile    779

    Mobile RFID Overview    779

    The BizTalk RFID Mobile Framework    780

    Installation Notes    781

    Device Applications    782

    Running Your First Mobile Application    787

    Barcode Support    791

    BizTalk RFID Mobile Connector Architecture (Store and Forward)    792

    Remote Device Management    796

    Summary    798

    Closing notes    799

    Index    803

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    Product Details

    ISBN:
    9780672331183
    Author:
    Loesgen, Brian
    Publisher:
    Sams
    Author:
    Eliasen, Jan
    Author:
    Colestock, Scott
    Author:
    Kumar, Anush
    Author:
    Young, Charles
    Author:
    Flanders, Jon
    Subject:
    Client-Server Computing - General
    Subject:
    Server Computing
    Subject:
    Database-Client Server
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    Trade paper
    Series:
    Unleashed
    Publication Date:
    20110916
    Binding:
    TRADE PAPER
    Language:
    English
    Pages:
    864
    Dimensions:
    8.86 x 7.04 x 1.692 in 1288 gr

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    "Synopsis" by ,

    The most complete, practical guide to BizTalk Server 2009: an all-new book focused on delivering real, start-to-finish enterprise solutions

     

  • Pragmatic coverage of every crucial step of BizTalk development: architecture, design, infrastructure, deployment, lifecycle management, and more
  • Fully up to date with the R2 release of BizTalk Server 2009
  • Not a revision of previous BizTalk Server Unleashed books, but completely rewritten from the ground up
  •  

    Microsoft BizTalk Server 2009 Unleashed is the definitive, pragmatic guide to Microsoft's latest and most powerful version of BizTalk Server. In this book, a team of world-class BizTalk Server 2009 experts bring together the deep practical insights .NET developers need to solve real business problems with BizTalk Server 2009 in any enterprise environment. Drawing on their immense BizTalk experience, the authors present best practices for the entire development lifecycle, from planning and architecture through deployment, and beyond. Writing at just the right level of technical detail for experienced .NET developers now starting out with BizTalk, they cover these and many other crucial issues: " Architecting and designing effective, high-value BizTalk solutions " Working with BizTalk schemas, maps, orchestrations, pipelines, pipeline components, and adapters " Implementing business rules with the Microsoft Business Rules Framework " Creating highly-available, high-performance BizTalk environments " Monitoring business activity " Collaborating effectively among BizTalk developers and users " Using BizTalk's leading-edge RFID capabilities Note: This is a 100% new book, NOT an update to Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004 Unleashed.

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