Professional BizTalk Server 2006
Darren Jefford is a Principal Consultant with the Microsoft UK Application Development Consulting (ADC) team who has extensive real-world experience with BizTalk Server and the broader Microsoft platform. Kevin B. Smith formerly worked as a Technical Lead Software Design Engineer for the BizTalk Server Product Team and helped ship three versions of BizTalk Server. Ewan Fairweather works as a Premier Field Engineer for Microsoft, providing onsite support to enterprise customers, including maintaining and optimizing their BizTalk Server solutions.
Achitects, developers, testers, and administrators will achieve instant success when they apply the deep technical information covered in this book. They will better appreciate the internal workings of BizTalk Server and will understand detailed solutions for challenges often experienced with BizTalk-based systems.
2. BizTalk Architecture.
6. Business Activity Monitoring.
7. Business Rules Engine.
9. Performance and Scalability.
10. Low Latency.
12. End-to-End Scenarios.
13. BizTalk Best Practices.
14. Windows Workflow and BizTalk.
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second code sample:
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Figure 3-2: Receive Location Names: TraveltineraryFTPLocation and TravelItineraryFILELocation should be: TravelItineraryFTPLocation and TravelItineraryFILELocation.
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The hyperlink should be replaced with "New Configured Port".
Therefore the paragraph should look like:
You can create ports either by dragging a Port shape from the toolbox onto the port surface or by right-clicking the port surface and choosing New Port or New Configured Port. The latter option is identical to the first but launches the Port Configuration Wizard instantly, rather than requiring you to manually launch it.
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last word of second line:
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Under heading "Inverse Partner Direct Binding"
"Configue this port with a One-Way communication pattern, and set it to receive messages."
"Configue this port with a One-Way communication pattern, and set it to send messages.
Item 4. Reads "..to receive messages from..."
should read: "..to send messages to..."
Note Items 3 and 4 have been accidentally coppied from the previous page under heading "Forward Partner Direct Binding" where they are correct.
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The first line of the page:
across to the MessageBox
across to the BAMPrimaryImport
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Select Year, Month, Day, Hour, and Minute as the display settings, and you should have a dimension like that shown in Figure 6-34.
But the display setting selected in Figure 6-34 is "Year, quarter, month"
no correction yet suggested.
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After you’ve finished defining your views, you will see that your workbook now has a tab for each view. Within these workbooks, you have a PivotTable for each dimension that has been created, which allows you to play with your view to ascertain whether it can model everything you expected.
After you’ve finished defining your views, you will see that your workbook now has a tab for each view. Within these workbooks, you have one default PivotTable that can be configured using one of your dimensions, this allows you to play with your view to ascertain whether it can model everything you expected.