This course is designed specifically for experienced BizTalk Server developers and focuses on best practices & pattern-based design while pulling back the curtain on some of BizTalk Server's eccentricities. This course gives the deepest coverage of the BizTalk Server development topics that you need to know.
In this 5-day course, you will learn how to apply best practices and design patterns to build smarter BizTalk Server applications. Furthermore, this course provides extensive coverage of BizTalk Server's extensibility, including such topics as: custom functoids, custom pipeline components, and invoking external .NET methods.
This course is partner-delivered by QuickLearn Training's expert BizTalk trainers. It includes live instruction, in-classroom demonstrations, challenging hands-on labs, and an electronic copy of the presentation materials and lab guide with hands-on activities.
§ Create and implement custom simple and complex types in schemas
§ Call external assemblies using the Scripting Functoid
§ Create custom functoids
§ Test BizTalk Server code artifacts using Visual Studio tests
§ Create messaging solutions that de-batch flat-file & XML interchanges
§ Build processes that subscribe to failed messages
§ Create custom pipeline components
§ Publish and host RESTful APIs using the WCF-WebHttp adapter
§ Integrate with SQL Server databases using the WCF-SQL adapter
§ Create loosely coupled orchestrations using direct-bound ports
§ Properly utilize the Call Orchestration and Start Orchestration shapes
§ Develop applications that utilize dynamic send ports
§ Implement complex orchestration patterns, including: external code invocation, convoys, transactions and compensation, and exception handling
§ Aggregate message instances using an orchestration & send pipeline
§ Create a role- and party-based integration solution
§ Create business-rule vocabularies and polices
§ Create EDI-based solutions to receive, send, and batch messages
§ Create custom tracking solutions using Business Activity Monitoring
§ Extend visibility to custom .NET application using the BAM API