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MS50075 - BizTalk 2006 R2 Hands-on Labs

MS50075 - BizTalk 2006 R2 Hands-on Labs

This five-day instructor-led course consists of a series of hands-on labs that provide students with the knowledge and skills to deploy, configure, and administer Microsoft BizTalk Server. The labs focus on how to work with schemas, maps, and pipelines; process flat files; implement transactions; integrate business rules; and more.

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MS-50075-MS50075 - BizTalk 2006 R2 Hands-on Labs
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Audience

This course is intended for Developers who want to learn how to deploy and administer BizTalk Server.

At Course Completion

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Work with schemas, maps, and pipelines, and create flat file schemas.
  • Configure a new POP3 and Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) adapter for BizTalk Server 2006 R2.
  • Use BizTalk Orchestration Designer to create and test a simple orchestration.
  • Configure orchestration properties and variables, deploy an orchestration, and create and deploy a rule set and execute those rules from within an orchestration.
  • Define, deploy, and map a BAM observation model.
  • Use the new deployment and management features in BizTalk Server 2006 R2.
  • Build a simple Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service and client and configure BizTalk Server 2006 R2 to use a WCF Adapter.
  • Create a Microsoft .NET class library project that will contain a WCF Adapter.
  • Deploy artifacts needed for processing certain EDI documents and for turning XML messages into EDI.
  • Register an RFID provider and create an RFID device and logical RFID process.

Course Outline

Exercise 1: Working with Schemas

Lessons

  • Exercise 1: Creating a New BizTalk Project
  • Exercise 2: Creating an XML Schema Using BizTalk Editor
  • Exercise 3: Promoting Schema Properties
  • Exercise 4: Creating a Flat File Schema Using the Flat File Schema Wizard
  • Exercise 5: Validating Schemas and Generating Instance Messages
  • Exercise 6: Assigning a Strong Name to the Assemblies
  • Exercise 7: Building the Schema Project

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Create a new BizTalk project.
  • Create an XML schema by using the BizTalk Editor.
  • Promote a schema property.
  • Create a flat file schema by using the BizTalk Editor.
  • Validate a schema and generate a sample instance message.
  • Create a strong name and assign it to an assembly.
  • Build a schema project.

Exercise 2: Working with MapsThis lab demonstrates how to create a schema map to associate specific fields in a customer order to corresponding fields in the destination schema. This lab also demonstrates how to add functoids to a map, how to validate a map, and how to build a project to compile the map and associated schemas.

Lessons

  • Exercise 1: Creating a Schema Map Using the BizTalk Mapper
  • Exercise 2: Adding Functoids to a Map
  • Exercise 3: Validating and Testing the Map
  • Exercise 4: Building the Schema Map Project

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Create a schema map by using BizTalk Mapper.
  • Add functoids to a map.
  • Validate a map.
  • Build a schema map project.

Exercise 3: Working with PipelinesThis lab demonstrates how to create receive locations and send ports, and how to use message routing to create a subscription for a send port.

Lessons

  • Exercise 1: Create a Receive Port and a Receive Location
  • Exercise 2: Create Send Ports and Define Message Filters
  • Exercise 3: Start the Send Ports and Test the Configuration
  • Exercise 4: Configuring BizTalk Host and Group Security Settings
  • Exercise 5: Creating a Custom Send Pipeline
  • Exercise 6: Building and Deploying the Pipeline Project
  • Exercise 7: Modify Send and Receive Ports
  • Exercise 8: Testing the Send Pipeline Solution
  • Exercise 9: Creating a Custom Receive Pipeline
  • Exercise 10: Building and Deploying the Receive Pipeline Project

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Create a receive port and a receive location.
  • Create send ports and define message filters.
  • Start the send ports, enable the receive location, and test the configuration.
  • Configure BizTalk group and host security settings.
  • Create a custom send pipeline.
  • Modify a send port to use a custom pipeline.
  • Create a custom receive pipeline.
  • Build and test the pipeline solution.

Exercise 4: Processing Flat FilesThis lab demonstrates how to configure a pipeline to receive a process batched order. You will then configure it to allow recoverable interchange processing.

Lessons

  • Exercise 1: Create a Flat File Schema Using the Flat File Schema Wizard
  • Exercise 2: Create a Receive Pipeline to Disassemble a Message Interchange
  • Exercise 3: Enable and Test the Pipeline
  • Exercise 4: Configure and Test the Pipeline for Interchange Processing
  • Exercise 5: Configure and Test the Pipeline for Recoverable Interchange Processing

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Create a schema by using the Flat File Schema Wizard.
  • Create and configure a pipeline to use a flat-file disassembler component.
  • Configure the receive pipeline of a BizTalk receive location.
  • Configure a pipeline for recoverable interchange processing.

Exercise 5: Integrating with POP3 and SharePoint and Routing Failed MessagesThis lab demonstrates how to configure a new POP3 and WSS adapter for BizTalk Server 2006 R2. This lab also demonstrates how to build and configure an orchestration that subscribes to failed messages.

Lessons

  • Exercise 1: Examine and Test the Approval Process Orchestration
  • Exercise 2: Configure and Test the POP3 Adapter
  • Exercise 3: Modify Two Send Ports to Use the SharePoint Adapter
  • Exercise 4: Modify a Receive Location to Use the SharePoint Adapter
  • Exercise 5: Test the Application
  • Exercise 6: Create an Orchestration to Handle Failed Messages
  • Exercise 7: Deploy, Configure, and Test the Application

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Create and configure a receive location that uses the POP3 adapter.
  • Configure send ports and receive locations that use the WSS adapter.
  • Create an orchestration that subscribes to failed messages and adds error information to the original message.

Exercise 6: Creating an OrchestrationThis lab demonstrates how to use BizTalk Orchestration Designer to create and test a simple orchestration. This lab also demonstrates how to add additional shapes to the orchestration to add correlation and parallel actions.

Lessons

  • Exercise 1: Adding Schemas and Maps to the Messaging Project
  • Exercise 2: Creating an Orchestration
  • Exercise 3: Building and Deploying the Orchestration Project
  • Exercise 4: Starting and Testing the Orchestration
  • Exercise 5: Adding Shapes to the Orchestration
  • Exercise 6: Build and Test the Application

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Add a schema and a map to an existing project.
  • Create an orchestration.
  • Build and deploy the orchestration project.
  • Add correlation and parallel actions to the orchestration.
  • Start and test the orchestration.

Exercise 7: Implementing TransactionsThis lab demonstrates how to update an existing order-fulfillment orchestration to include transaction handling, including providing support for compensating transactions and exception handling.

Lessons

  • Exercise 1: Configuring Orchestration Properties and Variables
  • Exercise 2: Create and Configure Transaction Shapes
  • Exercise 3: Building and Deploying the Orchestration Project
  • Exercise 4: Starting and Testing the Orchestration

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Configure orchestration properties and variables for transactions.
  • Create and configure business transactions.
  • Build and deploy the orchestration transaction project.
  • Start and test the orchestration.

Exercise 8: Integrating Business RulesThis lab demonstrates how to create and deploy a rule set and execute those rules from within an orchestration.

Lessons

  • Exercise 1: Defining Business Rules
  • Exercise 2: Calling Business Rules from Within an Orchestration
  • Exercise 3: Building and Deploying the Business Rules Project
  • Exercise 4: Starting the Business Rules

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Define business rules.
  • Call business rules from within an orchestration.
  • Build and deploy the business rules project.
  • Start and test the business rules.

Exercise 9: Enabling Business Activity MonitoringThis lab demonstrates how to enable a specific application by using BAM for true real-time, end-to-end visibility in the context of a business activity.

Lessons

  • Exercise 1: Defining a Business Activity (Business Analyst)
  • Exercise 2: Creating an Observation Model (Business Analyst)
  • Exercise 3: Deploying the BAM Observation Model (IT Professional)
  • Exercise 4: Mapping a BAM Activity to the Implementation (Developer)
  • Exercise 5: Consuming BAM Data & the Portal Experience (End User)

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Define a complete BAM observation model (Business Analyst).
  • Deploy the BAM observation model (IT Professional).
  • Map the BAM observation model to implementation (Developer).
  • View KPIs and create business alerts on them (Business User).

Exercise 10: Deployment and ManagementThis lab demonstrates how to use the new deployment and management features in BizTalk Server 2006 R2. Specifically, this lab demonstrates how BizTalk artifacts can be grouped and managed as an application and how the newly redesigned BizTalk Server 2006 R2 Administration Console enables and simplifies the deployment and administration of applications.

Lessons

  • Exercise 1: Assigning and Deploying a BizTalk Assembly to an Application
  • Exercise 2: Creating a Receive Port and Receive Location
  • Exercise 3: Importing Port Bindings from a Binding File
  • Exercise 4: Configuring and Testing the BizTalk Application
  • Exercise 5: Exporting the Application to an MSI Package
  • Exercise 6: Importing the Application from an MSI Package
  • Exercise 7: Using the Group Hub Page to Fix an Invalid Message

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Assign an application name to a BizTalk Server project.
  • Use the BizTalk Server 2006 R2 Administration Console to create receive ports and receive locations.
  • Use the BizTalk Server 2006 R2 Administration Console to import port binding information.
  • Bind orchestration ports to physical ports.
  • Export a BizTalk application to an MSI package.
  • Import a BizTalk application from an MSI package.
  • Use the Group Hub to manage suspended messages.

Exercise 11: WCF IntroductionóBuilding a WCF ServiceThis lab demonstrates how the core communications framework between BizTalk and other applications has shifted toward the Windows Communication Foundation, part of the .NET Framework 3.0 and later. This lab demonstrates how to build a simple WCF service and client.

Lessons

  • Exercise 1: Creating the Service
  • Exercise 2: Creating the Client

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Build a simple WCF Service.

Exercise 12: Using the WCF Adapters in R2This lab demonstrates how to configure BizTalk Server 2006 R2 to use the WCF Adapter.

Lessons

  • Exercise 1: Creating the Receive Location Using the WCF Adapter
  • Exercise 2: Exposing an Orchestration
  • Exercise 3: Running the WCF Wizard

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Configure BizTalk Server 2006 R2 to use the WCF Adapter.
  • Create an Orchestration that consumes a WCF Service.
  • Expose a BizTalk Orchestration as a WCF Service.

Exercise 13: Using the R2 WF and WCF BAM InterceptorsThis lab demonstrates how to configure applications to push KPIs into BAM by using the new R2 BAM interceptors.

Lessons

  • Exercise 1: Configuring BAM and Its Interceptors

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Configure BizTalk Server 2006 R2 to use the BAM WF and WCF Interceptors.
  • Use Continuation to allow different processes to add data to the same BAM activity.

Exercise 14: Building a WCF Adapter Using the WCF LOB Adapter SDKThis lab demonstrates how to create a .NET class library project that will contain the WCF Adapter, and how to create and implement the Outbound and Inbound Handler and Client.

Lessons

  • Exercise 1: Creating the Adapter Project
  • Exercise 2: Implementing the Outbound Handler
  • Exercise 3: Creating the Outbound Client
  • Exercise 4: Implementing the Inbound Handler
  • Exercise 5: Creating the Inbound Client

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Create a WCF Adapter.
  • Call a WCF Adapter.
  • Create a WCF Adapter listener.

Exercise 15: Processing EDI Messages with BizTalk R2This lab demonstrates how to create a BizTalk project in Microsoft Visual Studio in order to deploy the artifacts needed for processing certain EDI documents.

Lessons

  • Exercise 1: Registering the Schema
  • Exercise 2: Creating the Parties

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Configure BizTalk Server 2006 R2 EDI to process EDI messages.

Exercise 16: Sending EDI Messages with BizTalk Server 2006 R2This lab demonstrates how to deploy the artifacts necessary to turn XML messages into EDI, and how to configure EDI batching.

Lessons

  • Exercise 1: Deploying the Schema
  • Exercise 2: Creating the Party and Configuring the Batch

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Configure BizTalk Server 2006 R2 EDI to send EDI messages.
  • Configure BizTalk Server 2006 R2 EDI to batch outgoing EDI messages.

Exercise 17: Building an RFID Application with BizTalk ServerThis lab demonstrates how to register an RFID provider and create an RFID device and logical RFID process.

Lessons

  • Exercise 1: Registering the Provider and Creating the Process
  • Exercise 2: Configuring the RuleEnginePolicyExecutor EventHandler

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Register an RFID Provider with BizTalk RFID.
  • Create an RFID Device.
  • Build and bind an RFID Process.
  • Deploy a Rule Policy for using with an RFID Process.

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