M2379: Developing and Deploying Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000 Solutions

5 Day Course
Hands On
Official Microsoft Curriculum
Code M2379

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Module 1: Introduction to BizTalk Server 2000 (5 topics)

  • The Need for BizTalk Server 2000
  • The BizTalk Framework
  • BizTalk Server Tools and Services
  • Working with BizTalk Server 2000

Module 2: Installing BizTalk Server 2000 (5 topics)

  • BizTalk Server 2000 Versions
  • Identifying Hardware Requirements
  • Identifying Software Requirements
  • Installing BizTalk Server 2000

Module 3: Creating a Specification by Using BizTalk Editor (4 topics)

  • Introducing BizTalk Editor
  • Specification Standards and Structure
  • Creating Specifications

Module 4: Mapping Data by Using BizTalk Mapper (6 topics)

  • Creating Maps
  • Creating Links in Maps
  • Verifying Maps
  • Using Functoids in Maps
  • Building a Custom Functoid

Module 5: Managing the Exchange of Documents by Using BizTalk Messaging Manager (8 topics)

  • Introducing BizTalk Messaging Manager Objects
  • Creating Organizations and Applications
  • Creating Document Definitions
  • Creating Messaging Ports
  • Creating Channels
  • Creating Distribution Lists
  • Creating Envelopes

Module 6: Submitting Documents to BizTalk Server 2000 (4 topics)

  • Using Receive Functions
  • Using the Interchange Object
  • Using ASP Pages

Module 7: Building Business Process Implementations by Using BizTalk Orchestration Designer (5 topics)

  • Describing the BizTalk Orchestration Designer Environment
  • Describing a Business Process
  • Configuring Implementation Shapes
  • Executing an XLANG Schedule Drawing

Module 8: Developing Application Integration Components (6 topics)

  • Introducing AICs
  • Pipeline Components
  • Lightweight AICs
  • Registering AICs for Use with BizTalk Server 2000
  • Configuring Messaging Ports to Use AICs

Module 9: Deploying and Managing BizTalk Server 2000 Solutions (5 topics)

  • Introducing Deployment Features and Tools
  • Deploying an Automated Business Process
  • Managing Databases
  • Managing Queues

Module 10: Tracking Documents (4 topics)

  • Introducing Document Tracking
  • Searching Interchanges and Documents
  • Viewing Query Results

Module 11: Optimizing and Monitoring BizTalk Server 2000 (5 topics)

  • Configuring Servers and Server Groups
  • Optimizing Performance by Scaling Vertically
  • Optimizing Performance by Scaling Horizontally
  • Monitoring Status

Module 12: Securing the BizTalk Server 2000 Environment (6 topics)

  • Introduction to Securing the BizTalk Server Environment
  • Using Accounts and Policies
  • Using Transmission Methods to Secure Data
  • Using Certificates to Secure Data
  • Securing Access Through Firewalls


Before attending this course, students must have:
  • Successfully completed Course 2151, Microsoft Windows 2000 Network and Operating System Essentials, or possess the equivalent knowledge or experience.
  • Successfully completed Course 2152, Implementing Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional, or possess the equivalent knowledge or experience.
  • Successfully completed Course 2072A, Administering a Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Database, or possess the equivalent knowledge or experience.
  • Knowledge of Extensible Markup Language (XML) formats and techniques.
  • Experience in developing Web pages by using Active Server Pages (ASP).
  • Experience in programming Visual Basic.
  • Experience in developing COM components.