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1. Title

  • Professional BizTalk Application Development (BTPRODEV, 5 days)
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2. Course Pre-requisites

  • Previous .NET development experience

3. Target Audience

  • Professional developpers who want to create Enterprise Application Intgration solutions with BizTalk

4. Dates and Pricing


Apr 24 to Apr 28, 2017$3,900.00/person
May 29 to Jun 2, 2017$3,900.00/person
Oct 2 to Oct 6, 2017$3,900.00/person
Dec 11 to Dec 15, 2017$3,900.00/person

5. Outline

Module 1: BizTalk Essentials

Topic 1: The Need for XML

Topic 2: XML Technology Overview: Xml, Xsl, Schemas, DTDs and Xslt

Topic 3: The Role of XML in Enterprise Integration

Topic 4: The EAI Challenge

Topic 5: The Components of a BizTalk Application

Topic 6: The Messaging Lifecycle

Topic 7: The Need for Business Rules

Topic 8: Other BizTalk Components: Hat, Hws, Bas and Bam

Topic 9: .NET Assemblies: The GAC

Module 2: XML Fundamentals

Topic 1: The W3C Recommendation

Topic 2: Language Components: Elements, Attributes and More

Topic 3: The Document Prolog

Topic 4: The Well Formed XML Document

Topic 5: The Root Element

Topic 6: Opening and Closing Tags

Topic 7: Document Structure

Topic 8: Attributes

Topic 9: Structural Validation: DTDs Vs Schemas

Module 3: XML Schemas

Topic 1: The Purpose of XML Schemas

Topic 2: The Schema As An XML Document

Topic 3: Comparing XML Schemas To DTDs

Topic 4: Creating Elements

Topic 5: Creating Attributes

Topic 6: Defining the XML Document Structure

Topic 7: Linking the XML Document To a Schema

Topic 8: Creating and Testing a Schema with BizTalk Editor

Module 4: Mastering XSL

Topic 1: The Mvc Model: Separation of Data and Interface

Topic 2: Applying XSL Templates

Topic 3: Other Tags

Topic 4: The Purpose of XSL

Topic 5: How the XSL Engine Works

Topic 6: Invoking the Xslt Component of the Parser

Topic 7: The XSL Document As An XML Document

Topic 8: Understanding Xpath

Topic 9: XSL Document Structure

Topic 10: Navigating the XSL Document

Topic 11: Creating XSL Templates

Module 5: BizTalk Artifacts: Schemas.

Topic 1: Creating a Schema with BizTalk Editor

Topic 2: Properties and Distinguished Fields

Topic 3: Creating a Flat File Schema

Topic 4: Large File Processing

Topic 5: Creating a Map with BizTalk Mapper

Topic 6: Using Functoids: Basic To Advanced

Topic 7: Scripting Functoids

Topic 8: Production Notes

Module 6: BizTalk Messaging

Topic 1: The Messaging Lifecycle

Topic 2: Physical Receive Ports and Receive Locations

Topic 3: Physical Send Ports and Send Port Groups

Topic 4: Implementing Pipelines

Topic 5: Implementing Content Based Routing

Topic 6: Tracking a Message: Using Hat

Topic 7: Production Notes

Module 7: Pipelines

Topic 1: The Messaging Lifecycle: The Need for Pipelines

Topic 2: Receive Pipelines

Topic 3: Send Pipelines

Topic 4: Creating Custom Pipeline Components

Topic 5: Creating Custom Support Components for a Pipeline

Topic 6: Production Notes

Module 8: Orchestration Basics

Topic 1: The Messaging Lifecycle: Using 1 Orchestration

Topic 2: Logical Ports and Their Messages

Topic 3: Modeling the Business Process

Topic 4: Sending and Receiving Data

Topic 5: Basic Shapes

Topic 6: Advanced Shapes

Topic 7: Linking the Orchestration with the Outside World: Deployment

Topic 8: Debugging Orchestrations

Topic 9: Production Notes

Module 9: Orchestration Essentials

Topic 1: The Messaging Lifecycle: Using Multiple Orchestrations

Topic 2: Production Notes

Topic 3: Defining Orchestration Parameters

Topic 4: Using Correlation Sets

Topic 5: Implementing Transactions and Compensators

Topic 6: Implementing Exceptions

Topic 7: Calling .NET Assemblies

Topic 8: Calling Orchestrations Programmatically

Topic 9: Integrating Business Rules

Topic 10: Monitoring Orchestrations

Module 10: Web Services

Topic 1: XML Web Services Overview

Topic 2: Creating a Web Service

Topic 3: Consuming a Web Service

Topic 4: Calling a Web Service From and Orchestration

Topic 5: Publishing BizTalk Components Using Web Services

Topic 6: Calling Web Service Orchestrations Programmatically

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