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  • 1. Contact: 091-988 502 2027 Email: info@svrtechnologies.com
  • 2. Course name: BizTalk Trainer: Prasad Duration: 30 Hrs Session: Daily 1 Hr
  • 3. Sessions 1&2: BizTalk Introduction  Introducing BizTalk Server 2010  Outline  The need for integration  Integration principles  Messaging fundamentals  Web services  Integration realities  Integrating multiple applications  Business processes  Introducing  Demo: BizTalk Server 20 BizTalk development tools  Summary
  • 4. Sessions 3-6: Message Schemas  Introduction  BizTalk messaging  XSD language fundamentals  BizTalk and XML Schema  Designing a schema  Defining elements  Qualifying local elements  Specifying the root element  Defining attributes
  • 5.  Demo: Create schema  Defining simple types  Defining complex types  Reusing schemas  Testing schemas  Demo: Creating reusable types  Migrating existing schemas  Flat-file schemas  Demo: Flat file schema wizard  Property and Envelope schemas  Demo: Working with envelopes and context properties  Summary
  • 6. Sessions 7&8: Message Transformations  Introduction  BizTalk and XSLT  Using existing XSLT transformations  Demo: BizTalk Mapper  Links  Auto linking  Pagination  Validating a map  Testing maps  Debugging maps
  • 7.  Demo: Linking and map management  Complex mapping issues  Functoids  Functoid categories  Demo: Using functoids  Advanced functoids  Scripting functoid  Writing custom functoids  Demo: Scripting and custom functoids  Summary
  • 8. Session 9&10: Messaging Architecture  Messaging Architecture  Outline  Messaging Architecture  Message fundamentals  Message Box  Message processing basics  Message context  System-defined message properties  User-defined message properties  Defining message properties in schema  Demo: Promoting properties  Understanding publish and subscribe
  • 9.  Subscribers  Understanding ports  Demo: Publish and subscribe  Adapter framework  Transport properties  Pipelines  Pipeline designer  Maps  Is messaging enough?  Summary
  • 10. Session 11: Error handling  Handling receive errors  Demo: Handling receive errors  Handling send errors  Demo: Handling send errors  Summary
  • 11. Session 12: Pipelines  Introduction  Pipeline fundamentals  Pipelines components  Default pipelines  Pipeline configuration  Demo: Creating and configuring pipelines  Custom pipeline components  Working with messages in pipelines  Demo: Creating a custom pipeline component  Summary
  • 12. Session 13: Communication using Adapters  FTP  MSMQ  SharePoint  POP3  SMTP  SQL (Read, write, using SPs and w/o SP)  File
  • 13. Sessions 14-24: Orchestrations 1. Introduction 12. Message Context Properties 2. Orchestration fundamentals 13. Maps 3. Orchestration variables 14. XPath 4. Orchestration compilation 15. .NET code 5. Orchestration activation 16. Demo: Creating an orchestration 6. Orchestration execution 7. Demo: Orchestration designer 8. Orchestration execution 9. Orchestration messages 10. Messages are immutable 11. Creating messages
  • 14. 17. Orchestration Ports 25. Convoy Messaging Patterns 18. Orchestration Port Types 26. Demo: Using convoys 19. Demo: ports and bindings 27. Port Binding Options 28. Dynamic Binding 29. Direct binding 30. Role Links 31. Demo: Dynamic orchestration ports 32. Summary 20. 21. Exception Handling Transactions 22. Demo: Transactions and Exceptions 23. Correlation 24. Demo: Correlation
  • 15. Session 25: Business Rules 1. Introduction 8. Managing polices and vocabularies 2. Business rules concepts 9. Demo: Managing rules and vocabularies 3. Understanding facts 10.Executing policies Demo: composing rules 5. Vocabularies 6. Rule engine execution 7. Demo: Using vocabulary rules from .NET 12.Demo: 4. 11.Calling Executing policies 13.Summary
  • 16. Session 26: Business Activity Monitoring 1. Introduction 2. BAM concepts 3. Defining BAM data 4. Demo: Creating and deploying BAM definition 5. Tracking profile editor 6. Demo: Using the Tracking Profile Editor 7. Writing BAM data programmatically 8. Creating tracking profiles for code 9. Demo: Using BAM event streams 10. Querying BAM data 11. Demo: Custom reports and BAM portal 12. Summary
  • 17. Session 27: Deployment and hosting 1. Introduction 2. Hosting model 3. Demo: hosts 4. Load balancing and clustering 5. Host security model 6. Demo: host security 7. Summary
  • 18. Session 28: EDI Receiving 1. Introduction 2. BizTalk EDI 3. Parties 4. Demo: Setting up a party 5. EDI schemas 6. Pipeline processing 7. Demo: schemas and pipelines 8. Ack, debatching and reporting 9. Demo: acks and reporting 10. Summary
  • 19. Session 29: EDI Sending 1. Introduction 2. EDI sending 3. Demo: EDI sending 4. Batching 5. Demo: Batching 6. Summary
  • 20. Session 30: Administration and Operations 1. Troubleshooting Suspended Services 2. Resubmitting Messages 3. Managing BizTalk Applications 4. Debugging Orchestrations 5. Tracking Messages 6. Restarting the BizTalk Host Instance(s) 7. Throttle Orchestration Memory Usage 8. Resuming Inbound Message Processing 9. BizTalk Performance and Scalability 10. BizTalk Security
  • 21. Thank you