Document Exchange in Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To explain how to manage and configure document exchange using BizTalk Server 2000

Target Audience

IT professionals and administrators seeking to gain competency in the use of Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000; candidates for Microsoft exam 70-230: Designing and Implementing Solutions with Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000, Enterprise Edition

Prerequisites

The Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000: Designing and Implementing Solutions I learning path; a minimum of one year’s experience designing and developing distributed applications using Microsoft technologies in medium to large computing environments; knowledge of XML, XSLT, COM, Microsoft Visual Basic, and Microsoft Visual C++; a working knowledge of IIS, ASP, and Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise Edition; experience with document interchange via HTTP, SMTP, FTP Message Queuing, transitional and multitier applications, SSL and S/MIME protocols, public-key infrastructure (PKI), and regional database management system (RDBMS)

Expected Duration

195 min.

Course Objectives

Document Exchange in Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000

  • describe the relationship between created objects in BizTalk Messaging Manager and to discuss organization types and identifiers and document definitions.
  • describe and create messaging ports.
  • describe channels, envelopes, and distribution lists.
  • use the Messaging Manager to create organizations, messaging ports, channels, and envelopes.
  • describe receive functions and to explain self-routing and non-self-routing documents.
  • configure receive functions.
  • configure the file receive function for submitting documents.
  • submit documents programmatically using the Submit and SubmitSync methods.
  • describe the BizTalk Orchestration Designer and explain how to use it to implement a business process.
  • map a business process in BizTalk Server 2000.
  • configure Implementation shapes.
  • bind ports to Implementation shapes.
  • describe BizTalk Server 2000 application integration components.
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