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BizTalk Server

Developing and Deploying Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000 Solutions
(Microsoft Training Course: 2379) - 5 days - £2640 exc VAT



> Target Audience
THIS COURSE HAS NOW RETIRED. PLEASE SEE THE SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION FOR DETAILS OF ALTERNATIVE COURSES.
The goal of this course is to provide students with the knowledge they need to develop and deploy Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000 solutions. It is intended for BizTalk Server 2000 specialists who will be responsible for installing BizTalk Server 2000 and developing solutions that automate business processes.
> Course outline
  1. Introduction to BizTalk Server 2000
  2. Installing BizTalk Server 2000
  3. Creating a Specification by Using BizTalk Editor
  4. Mapping Data by Using BizTalk Mapper
  5. Managing the Exchange of Documents by Using BizTalk Messaging Manager
  6. Submitting Documents to BizTalk Server 2000
  7. Building Business Process Implementations by Using BizTalk Orchestration Designer
  8. Developing Application Integration Components
  9. Deploying and Managing BizTalk Server 2000 Solutions
  10. Tracking Documents
  11. Optimising and Monitoring BizTalk Server 2000
  12. Securing the BizTalk Server 2000 Environment

Supplementary InformationThis course has now retired and is no longer available. We suggest you look at Course [[{http://www.F1Comp.Co.UK/computer_training/Microsoft_Training_Courses/BizTalk-Server/2933.aspx}2933: Developing Business Process and Integration Solutions Using Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006]] and [[{http://www.F1Comp.Co.UK/computer_training/Microsoft_Training_Courses/BizTalk-Server/2934.aspx}2934: Deploying and Managing Business Process and Integration Solutions Using Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006]].
Module 1: Introduction to BizTalk Server 2000
  • The Need for BizTalk Server 2000
  • The BizTalk Framework
  • BizTalk Server Tools and Services
  • Working with BizTalk Server 2000
Skills
  • Identify the problems that organizations with business-to-business (B2B) networks confront when they integrate data and applications.
  • Describe the elements of the BizTalk Framework, a specification built on Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) that provides guidelines for creating and implementing XML schemas.
  • Describe BizTalk Server tools, BizTalk Messaging Services, and BizTalk Orchestration Services.
  • List the advantages of using BizTalk Server 2000, including the reliable exchange of data, automated business processes, and support for standard and custom document formats.
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Module 2: Installing BizTalk Server 2000
  • BizTalk Server 2000 Versions
  • Identifying Hardware Requirements
  • Identifying Software Requirements
  • Installing BizTalk Server 2000
Skills
  • Identify BizTalk Server 2000 hardware and software requirements.
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Module 3: Creating a Specification by Using BizTalk Editor
  • Introducing BizTalk Editor
  • Specification Standards and Structure
  • Creating Specifications
Skills
  • Identifying the components of the BizTalk Editor interface.
  • Identifying the components of a specification created in BizTalk Editor.
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Module 4: Mapping Data by Using BizTalk Mapper
  • Creating Maps
  • Creating Links in Maps
  • Verifying Maps
  • Using Functoids in Maps
  • Building a Custom Functoid
Skills
  • Identify the need for BizTalk Mapper.
  • Use BizTalk Mapper to create a map between two specifications.
  • Create links between the elements of a specification.
  • Use BizTalk Mapper to test a map.
  • Use functoids in a map.
  • Create a custom Visual Basic functoid.
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Module 5: Managing the Exchange of Documents by Using BizTalk Messaging Manager
  • Introducing BizTalk Messaging Manager Objects
  • Creating Organizations and Applications
  • Creating Document Definitions
  • Creating Messaging Ports
  • Creating Channels
  • Creating Distribution Lists
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Skills
  • Create organisations and applications to represent your business and trading partners.
  • Create document definitions to specify processing information for business documents.
  • Create messaging ports to specify a destination for a processed business document.
  • Create channels to transport business documents.
  • Create distribution lists to send a business document to multiple destinations.
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Module 6: Submitting Documents to BizTalk Server 2000
  • Using Receive Functions
  • Using the Interchange Object
  • Using ASP Pages
Skills
  • Configure receive functions, determining the type of business documents that the receive function can handle, and add a File receive function and a Message Queuing receive function to BizTalk Server 2000.
  • Use the Submit and SubmitSync methods of the Interchange object to exchange data.
  • Configure an ASP page to submit a business document.
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Module 7: Building Business Process Implementations by Using BizTalk Orchestration Designer
  • Describing the BizTalk Orchestration Designer Environment
  • Describing a Business Process
  • Configuring Implementation Shapes
  • Executing an XLANG Schedule Drawing
Skills
  • Describe the Flowchart, Implementation, and Communication shapes, which are used to create an XLANG schedule drawing.
  • Use BizTalk Orchestration Designer to describe a business process.
  • Configure application services in an XLANG schedule drawing.
  • Execute an XLANG schedule drawing.
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Module 8: Developing Application Integration Components
  • Introducing AICs
  • Pipeline Components
  • Lightweight AICs
  • Registering AICs for Use with BizTalk Server 2000
  • Configuring Messaging Ports to Use AICs
Skills
  • Describe the role of AICs and how they are used in an application integration scenario.
  • Create and use pipeline AICs.
  • Create and use lightweight AICs to implement the IBTSAppIntegration interface.
  • Register AICs to differentiate BizTalk Server AICs from other objects in the registry.
  • Configure a messaging port to send business documents to it.
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Module 9: Deploying and Managing BizTalk Server 2000 Solutions
  • Introducing Deployment Features and Tools
  • Deploying an Automated Business Process
  • Managing Databases
  • Managing Queues
Skills
  • Use BizTalk Server deployment features and tools.
  • Deploy an automated business process
  • Manage the four BizTalk Server databases.
  • Manage the queues that BizTalk Server 2000 uses.
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Module 10: Tracking Documents
  • Introducing Document Tracking
  • Searching Interchanges and Documents
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Skills
  • Describe the BizTalk Document Tracking interface and the Tracking database.
  • Use BizTalk Document Tracking to search for an interchange or business document by name, type, or date and time of processing.
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Module 11: Optimising and Monitoring BizTalk Server 2000
  • Configuring Servers and Server Groups
  • Optimising Performance by Scaling Vertically
  • Optimising Performance by Scaling Horizontally
  • Monitoring Status
Skills
  • Configure servers that are running BizTalk Server 2000 for server groups.
  • Configure BizTalk Server groups.
  • Optimise the performance of BizTalk Server groups by scaling the servers vertically.
  • Optimise the performance of BizTalk Server groups by scaling the servers horizontally.
  • Use multiple tools and utilities to monitor the status of the BizTalk Server 2000 environment.
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Module 12: Securing the BizTalk Server 2000 Environment
  • Introduction to Securing the BizTalk Server Environment
  • Using Accounts and Policies
  • Using Transmission Methods to Secure Data
  • Using Certificates to Secure Data
  • Securing Access Through Firewalls
Skills
  • Describe the Windows 2000 features that BizTalk Server 2000 uses to secure data and components.
  • Configure user accounts and policies for secure access.
  • Use any of the transmission methods that BizTalk Server 2000 supports to secure data.
  • Use certificates with BizTalk Server 2000.
  • Secure access through a firewall.
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> Pre-Requisites
Before attending this course, students must have the following pre-requisites:
  • Successfully completed Course 2151, Microsoft Windows 2000 Network and Operating System Essentials, Course 2152, Implementing Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional, and Course 2072, Administering a Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Database, or possess the equivalent knowledge or experience.
  • Knowledge of Extensible Markup Language (XML) formats and techniques.
  • Experience in developing Web pages by using Active Server Pages (ASP).
  • Experience in programming Visual Basic.
  • Experience in developing COM components.
> Purpose
At the end of the course, students will be able to describe the role of BizTalk Server 2000 in an e-business environment, install BizTalk Server 2000, create a specification for an organization by using BizTalk Editor, use BizTalk Mapper, use BizTalk Messaging Manager, use BizTalk Orchestration Designer, use receive functions to submit business documents to BizTalk Server 2000, use BizTalk Document Tracking, use Microsoft Visual Basic to create a custom functoid, create application integration components (AICs), deploy BizTalk Server 2000, manage a BizTalk Server 2000 environment, grant and manage security in a BizTalk Server 2000 environment, manage a BizTalk Server 2000 environment, use BizTalk Server 2000 to design and build a BizTalk Server 2000 solution.
> Supplementary Information
This course has now retired and is no longer available. We suggest you look at Course [[{http://www.F1Comp.Co.UK/computer_training/Microsoft_Training_Courses/BizTalk-Server/2933.aspx}2933: Developing Business Process and Integration Solutions Using Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006]] and [[{http://www.F1Comp.Co.UK/computer_training/Microsoft_Training_Courses/BizTalk-Server/2934.aspx}2934: Deploying and Managing Business Process and Integration Solutions Using Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006]].