M2260: Designing E-Business Applications with Microsoft .NET Enterprise Servers

3 Day Course
Hands On
Official Microsoft Curriculum
Code M2260

This course has been retired. Please view currently available Microsoft.NET Enterprise Servers Training.

Modules

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E-Business with Microsoft .NET Technologies (3 topics)

  • Introducing E-Business
  • An N-Tier Architecture for E-Business
  • Introducing the .NET Platform

Examining E-Business Applications (3 topics)

  • Functional Characteristics of B2C Applications.
  • Functional Characteristics of B2B Applications.
  • Non-Functional Characteristics of E-Business Applications.

Microsoft .NET Enterprise Servers, Framework, and Development Tools (3 topics)

  • Overview of the .NET Enterprise Servers
  • Overview of the .NET Framework
  • The .NET Framework SDK

Designing the Client Experience (4 topics)

  • Presentation Tier Architecture
  • Overview of ASP.NET
  • ASP.NET Server Controls
  • ASP.NET Web Controls

Managing the Business Logic Layer (5 topics)

  • Implementing State in a Shopping Cart
  • State vs. Scalability
  • Membership and Authentication
  • Adapting the User's View of the Site
  • Commerce Server 2000 Personalization Tools

Transaction Processing on the Business Logic Layer (3 topics)

  • Mechanics of Web-Based Purchasing
  • Using COM+ in E-Commerce
  • Using Commerce Server 2000

Integrating with External Systems (3 topics)

  • Selecting a Transport
  • Time-Bound Operations
  • Security and Authentication

Exchanging Business Data (6 topics)

  • Exchanging Data
  • Manipulating XML
  • Using SQL Server 2000: Internet and XML Support
  • Introducing BizTalk
  • Overview of BizTalk Server 2000
  • Using BizTalk Server 2000

Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students must have:
  • Familiarity with n-tier application architecture.
  • Experience in developing or designing distributed applications.
  • Familiarity with current products and technologies, such as Microsoft Visual Basic® 6.0, Active Server Pages (ASP) 3.0 or ASP 2.0, and XML.

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