- March 30, 2011Published:
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- Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010Technology:
- MCTSCredit toward certification:
TS: Developing Business Process and Integration Solutions by Using Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010
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- Configure a messaging architecture (20%)
Set up and manage ports
- Add a map, add role links, ordered delivery, send ports, send port groups, starting versus enlisting, receive ports, receive locations, subscriptions, subscription states, advanced messaging concepts (backup transport, priorities, routing failures)
Plan for and implement secure messaging
- Certificates, signing, encryption, port authentication, encoding
Configure core adapters
- HTTP, POP3, SMTP, FTP, File
Configure content-based routing
- Set a filter that uses a promoted property
Implement messaging patterns
- Normalizing/canonical messages, splitter, large messages
- Set up and manage ports
- Develop BizTalk artifacts (20%)
- Create a flat-file schema, create a property schema, enveloping, promoted/distinguished properties, MessageType, schema reuse (import/include)
- Functoid scripting, XSLT, pass a parameter to a map, multiple schemas, looping
- Disassembling, create a custom pipeline, create a pipeline component, XML validation
- Work with transactions and persistence, integrate with Microsoft .NET assemblies, parameters, and shapes
Configure orchestration bindings
- Direct, dynamic, self-correlating
- Listener shape, parallel shape, correlation sets
- Multi-part, untyped, construct messages in .NET, construct messages in orchestrations, context properties
- Create schemas
- Debugging and exception handling (17%)
Handle exceptions in orchestrations
- Compensation, scope shapes, throw exceptions, long-running transactions
- Port configuration, recoverable interchange
- Debug orchestrations
Validate and test artifacts
- Schemas, maps, pipelines
- Handle exceptions in orchestrations
- Integrate web services and Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) services (14%)
Configure a WCF adapter
- WS*, custom bindings
- Expose orchestrations by using publishing wizards
- Web port type, add a web services reference, consuming from orchestrations or pure messaging
Handle web exceptions
- Delivery notifications, catching SOAP exceptions
- Configure a WCF adapter
- Implement extended capabilities (13%)
Create and deploy Business Rules Engine (BRE) components
- Work with the Business Rules Composer, deploy Business Rules policies, call from an orchestration, develop vocabularies
Develop Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) solutions
- Trading partner setup, batching, acknowledgments, importing schemas, configuring AS2, party configurations, pipelines, ports, certificates
Implement Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) solution
- Handle events, configure RFID devices, manage and configure event sink endpoints
Plan and implement Business Activity Monitoring (BAM)
- BAM alerts, tracking profile editor, BAM workbook, activities, views, deployment
- Create and deploy Business Rules Engine (BRE) components
- Deploy, track, and support a BizTalk solution (16%)
Install and configure a multi-server BizTalk environment
- Trusted versus untrusted environments, Active Directory groups
Deploy BizTalk applications
- Microsoft Installer Package (MSI) deployment, versioning, resources, multiple staging environments, such as development, test, and production
- Export and import binding files
- Orchestrations, schemas, ports, pipelines, policies
Manage BizTalk solutions by using the Administration Console
- Query for instances, terminate, resume
- Install and configure a multi-server BizTalk environment
Who should take this exam?
Candidates for this exam typically work as a BizTalk developer in an organization that has a need to integrate multiple disparate systems, applications, and data, along with the need to automate business processes by using BizTalk Server. Candidates should have a solid understanding of fundamental BizTalk concepts around the core messaging engine and building business processes using orchestrations.
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