Foundations of BizTalk Server 2006eBook - 2007
In this introductory text, Wooston, a developer, describes the features of the application BizTalk Server 2006 by using examples that walk developers through its components. He covers XML, installation, messaging, schemas, the BizTalk Mapper, ports and locations, pipelines, orchestration, the business rules engine, and monitoring. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
This book provides accurate documentation about BizTalk, demystifies the product, and launches a new wave of business integration by fitting in with our other forthcoming BizTalk books. The book makes BizTalk technology accessible through a comprehensive approach to the product. It comprises the final peg in a complete BizTalk book strategy, with a thorough growth curve for the reader in our books.
Upon the release of BizTalk Server 2006 Microsoft launched an impressive marketing campaign, beginning with the massive launch events of 2005/2006 urging more corporations to take another look at BizTalk. It seems that Microsoft’s efforts are beginning to pay off.
This book provides accurate documentation on BizTalk, demystifies the product, and launches a new wave of business integration by fitting in with our other forthcoming BizTalk books. Its comprehensive approach makes BizTalk technology accessible.