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Hi,

The Microsoft BizTalk Server documentation team is pleased to announce
the release of the RTW documentation set for BizTalk Server 2006! This
update contains numerous fixes to the existing documentation based heavily
on customer input that was gathered through our documentation feedback
mechanism, blogs, newsgroups, site visits, and TAP participants. Thanks to
everyone who is providing feedback and improving the customer experience!


Core Documentation |               Download
For this release, we are publishing a .chm file for download. Among the
many things you will find:

         Complete documentation for all BizTalk Server Line of Business
          Adapters, including new tutorials, one for each adapter. See the
          section "Using Adapters."
         Troubleshooting guidance for each of the native BizTalk adapters.
          See the section "Troubleshooting Adapters."
         Troubleshooting Instructions for how to capture a memory dump.
          See the section "How to Capture a Memory Dump of a BizTalk
          Process."
         Disaster recovery instructions for backing up and restoring your
          BizTalk Server and databases. See the section "Backing Up and
          Restoring BizTalk Server"
         Updated Tutorials. See the section, "BizTalk Server 2006 Tutorials"
         Information for improving fault tolerance. See the section "Planning
          and Architecture"
         Updated Developer's Reference that now includes the BAM
          namespaces that were not included in the RTM documentation. See
          the section "Developer's Reference"

Updated Installation, Configuration, and Upgrade Guides |
     Download
The installation instructions explain how to install BizTalk Server 2006 on
Windows XP, Windows 2000 Server, or Windows Server 2003 in a single
server or multiserver environment.


New BizTalk Server 2006 Code Samples |                Download
We have posted 31 new code samples to the BizTalk Server Developer
Center since RTM.

         Publishing and Consuming Web Services with SOAP Headers
         BAM and HAT Correlation
         Consuming Web Services with Array Parameters
         Extending the BizTalk Server Administration Console
         Viewing Failed Tracking Data
       Inserting XML Nodes from Business Rules
       Using the Mass Copy Functoid
       Using Role Links
       Split File Pipeline
       Using Enterprise Library 2.0 with BizTalk Server
       Consuming Web Services
       Console Adapter
       Delivery Notification
       Using Long-Running Transactions in Orchestrations
       Using the Looping Functoid
       Mapping to a Repeating Structure
       Parallel Convoy
       Policy Chaining
       Recoverable Interchange Processing Using Pipelines
       Using the Table Looping Functoid
       Using the Value Mapping and Value Mapping (Flattening) Functoids
       Direct Binding to an Orchestration
       Direct Binding to the MessageBox Database in Orchestrations
       Using a Custom .NET Type for a Message in Orchestrations
       Writing Orchestration Information as XML Using the ExplorerOM API
       Correlating Messages with Orchestration Instances
       SSO as Configuration Store
       Atomic Transactions with COM+ Serviced Components in
        Orchestrations
       Exception Handling in Orchestrations
       Implementing Scatter and Gather Pattern
       Using the SQL Adapter with Atomic Transactions in Orchestrations


BizTalk Server 2006 Developer Center and TechCenter
On, May 1st, we launched the BizTalk Server 2006 Developer Center. This
project constituted a complete rebuild of the previous BizTalk Server 2004
Developer Center. For May and June we featured orchestrations. This
included new code samples, an FAQ paper on orchestrations, and in-depth
content surfaced from the core documentation. With the re-design of the site
it’s easier than ever to learn to develop, deploy, administer, and use BizTalk
Server 2006. For July we will be focusing on Adapters!

In addition to the Developer Center, we also launched the BizTalk Server
2006 TechCenter. The TechCenter provides easy access to BizTalk Server
2006 technical documentation, downloads, and community, as well as to IT
Pro favorites such as the Events & Errors Message Center. Each navigation
page within the technical library includes quick access to search BizTalk
Server newsgroups and knowledge-base articles as seen, for example, on
the Getting Started page. Among many things, the site contains:

       Virtual labs
       The end-to-end tutorial as downloadable Word docs
       New content on Clustering BizTalk Server
       Links to the Installation Instructions
       Links to the Production Documentation published on MSDN

Other Content
In addition to the fixes introduced, we have also been busy over the past few
months producing, updating, and publishing other valuable content. This
includes:

       BizTalk Server 2006 Tutorials
       BizTalk Server 2006 PDF Help Files
       Developing a Transactional BizTalk Adapter Using the Microsoft
        Base Adapter Classes
       Using Microsoft BizTalk Adapter v2.0 for mySAP Business Suite to
        Integrate BizTalk Server 2006 with SAP ERP
       Understanding Application Deployment and Upgrade using BizTalk
        Server 2006
       BizTalk Server Orchestrations FAQ
       Learn More about the BizTalk Message Queuing Adapter (MSMQT)
       Improving Fault Tolerance in BizTalk Server 2006 by Using a
        Windows Server Cluster
       Sequential FIFO Message Processing and Delivery in BizTalk
        Server 2004
       Using the BizTalk Server WS-Addressing Helper
       Documentation for the rules and messages of the BizTalk Server
        2006 Best Practices Analyzer


- BizTalk Server Documentation Team

				
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