Automating Supply Chain Operations in Order Systems Sample Code

Language:
English
The Automating Supply Chain Operations in Order Systems sample code demonstrates how to use BizTalk Server 2002, enterprise application integration (EAI), and Web services to implement an automated order system.
  • Version:

    2002

    File Name:

    SupplyChainOperations.msi

    Date Published:

    11/11/2003

    File Size:

    2.3 MB

      Automating Supply Chain Operations in Order Systems shows you how to use Microsoft BizTalk Server 2002, enterprise application integration (EAI), Web services, and ASP.NET to implement an automated order system. Based on the eSmart inventory replenishment system used by Ford Motor Company, Automating Supply Chain Operations in Order Systems provides a starting point that you can use for building your own e-procurement system. The sample code:
      • Demonstrates the integration of Windows Server System products.
      • Explains common-sense security practices.
      • Showcases important product features such as document correlation, handling disparate data formats, business process orchestration, and Web services.
      • Illustrates how Windows Server System products can be used to solve a real-world problem.
  • Supported Operating System

    Windows 2000 Service Pack 3, Windows XP

      • Warning: Before downloading the sample code and running the Setup Wizard, you must read the Setup chapter in the Automating Supply Chain Operations in Order Systems book. You can download the book by clicking the Automating Supply Chain Operations in Order Systems book link in the Related Resources section of this page.
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