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BizTalk

  • What is BizTalk?
    BizTalk is an industry initiative started by Microsoft and supported by a wide range of organizations, from technology vendors like SAP and CommerceOne to technology users like Boeing and BP/Amoco. The full BizTalk initiative comprises two separate areas:

    The first is the open, platform and protocol independent BizTalk Framework. This framework is basically a set of recommendations on how to use XML in an open way, which makes it easier to exchange business documents. The BizTalk Framework is supported by the web site External linkhttp://www.biztalk.org/, where companies can find or submit XML schemas.

    The second part of the BizTalk initiative is the development of tools and servers to support the exchange of XML messages in a loosely coupled way. For instance, Microsoft is developing tools for building XML applications, including the Microsoft BizTalk Server that provides reliable message transfer.

    Official BizTalk Web site is External linkhere.

    Read Chapter 1: BizTalk and Application Integration from Wrox Press book "Professional BizTalk"


We'll be adding new sections here soon. Till then enjoy the following articles.

BizTalk Server 2002 Integration Server launched!  [Feb 05, 2002]
BizTalk Server 2002, the next generation of BizTalk Server, the industry's fastest-growing integration server, provides customers with advanced manageability and deployment capabilities. BizTalk Server 2002 enables you to make EAI (Enterprise Application Integration) simple, integrate with business partners, and rapidly automate business processes.

  • Learning BizTalk Server 2000
    Learning BizTalk is a set of 7 lessons and code samples that are designed to get a new user up to speed with Microsoft® BizTalk™ Server 2000.
    • Lesson 1
      The first article is designed to show you how Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000 can help your business exchange a variety of documents with business partners, as well as integrate internal business processes and applications. In this lesson, you will learn the fundamental concepts surrounding BizTalk Server, and the tools and processes required to start building solutions with BizTalk Server.
    • Lesson 2
      The second article is designed to show you how Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000 can help your business exchange a variety of documents with business partners, as well as integrate internal business processes and applications. In this lesson, we will configure BizTalk Server to perform all the necessary tasks in a sample business scenario, and discuss basic concepts and terminology.
    • Lesson 3
      The third article is designed to show you how Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000 can help your business exchange a variety of documents with business partners, as well as integrate internal business processes and applications. In this lesson, we will take a look at how a requisition approval process is defined using BizTalk Orchestration Services.
    • Lesson 4
      The fourth article is designed to show you how Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000 can help your business exchange a variety of documents with business partners, as well as integrate internal business processes and applications. In this lesson, we will examine the developer's implementation of a sample business requisition-approval process.
    • Lesson 5
      The fifth article is designed to show you how Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000 can help your business exchange a variety of documents with business partners, as well as integrate internal business processes and applications. In this lesson, we look at how the Requisition document is prepared for submission to a trading partner, and at the steps taken within BizTalk Messaging Services to accomplish this task.
    • Lesson 6
      The sixth article is designed to show you how Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000 can help your business exchange a variety of documents with business partners, as well as integrate internal business processes and applications. In this lesson, you will learn about the business process used to send a purchase order to a trading partner, and how this order is received and stored by the partner.
    • Lesson 7
      The final installment is designed to show you how Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000 can help your business exchange a variety of documents with business partners, as well as integrate internal business processes and applications. In this lesson, you will learn how a supplier receives a PO sent by a buyer over the Internet, processes it using BizTalk Messaging Services and BizTalk Orchestration Services, generates the invoice, and sends it back. You will also see how the buyer receives the invoice and stores it, thus completing the buyer-supplier communications example.

  • BizTalk Framework 2.0 Specification

  • Get A JumpStart On BizTalk Server

  • Using the BizTalk JumpStart Kit to create a platform-independent e-commerce site

  • Orchestrating Business Processes with Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000

  • BizTalk Server 2000: An Overview

  • Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000 Operations

  • Microsoft Debuts BizTalk Server 2000

  • Extending BizTalk Server with ADO

  • The BizTalk Initiative

  • Integrate Exchange and BizTalk
    Exchange and BizTalk, combined, offer unique features you can use to create consolidated business applications.

  • BizTalk, XML and future of e-commerce

  • Writing to the BizTalk Framework

  • Frequently Asked Questions About BizTalk Server 2000

  • Interview with Tim Anderson about BizTalk Server 2000



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