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					Microsoft BizTalk Server
        Tutorial
    CIS764 - Enterprise Database Design
               Oubai Bounie
                     Introduction

• Microsoft BizTalk Server is an integration server product that
  enables you to develop, deploy, and manage integrated business
  processes and XML-based Web services.
• Microsoft BizTalk Server enables you to connect diverse
  applications, and then to graphically create and modify business
  processes that use the services that those applications provide.
• BizTalk Server engine provides a mechanism for specifying
  business rules, better ways to manage and monitor the applications
  built on it.
• BizTalk supports many built-in data adapters. (SOAP, Message
  Queuing, FTP, HTTP, SMTP, SQL, EDI, File)
• BizTalk supports many data format (Database, Formatted Text, HL7,
  XML)
• BizTalk engine uses XML for all internal processing.
Concept Overview
                        Prerequisites
• Microsoft Windows server 2003: you can
  download trial version from
                                                                 .
   http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/evaluation/trial/default.mspx

• Microsoft SQL Server 2000: you can download
  trial version from http://www.microsoft.com/sql/evaluation/trial/.
• Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004: you can
  download trial version from
   http://www.microsoft.com/biztalk/evaluation/trial/default.mspx.

• Microsoft Visual Studio 2003 or newer: you can
  download trial version from
   http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/products/trial/.
                   BizTalk Tutorial
• This BizTalk tutorial demonstrates how you can use BizTalk Server
  orchestrations to convert an XML message (a purchase order) into a
  related, but distinct type of message (an invoice).
• This tutorial uses two folders: "In" folder is the pick up folder where
  input file will be dropped to be picked up by BizTalk. And "Out" is the
  output folder where BizTalk will drop the results.
• When you place a file, such as the sample file SamplePOInput.xml,
  into this folder, BizTalk Server processes the message using the
  following steps:
    1. BizTalk Server retrieves the XML purchase order message from the
       receive location folder In.
    2. The orchestration uses the map file to create an XML invoice from the
       XML purchase order.
    3. BizTalk Server places the resulting XML invoice message into the send
       adapter folder Out.
• We will use Microsoft Visual Studio to build a BizTalk application to
  achieve the above solution.
       1. Create BizTalk Project
• Run Visual Studio
• From the menu, select
  File -> New -> Project
• Select "BizTalk Projects"
  from the project types
  listbox
• Select "Empty BizTalk
  Server Project" from the
  templates listbox.
• Enter the project name
  and location and click OK
  to proceed.
  2. Create the Invoice schema
• Right click on the
  project icon in the
  Solution Explorer
  window and select
  Add -> Add New
  Item.
• Select Schema from
  the templates list
  box.
• Name the schema
  as
  InvoiceSchema.xsd
3. Create the PO Schema
             4. Create the Map
• Right click on the
  project icon in the
  Solution Explorer
  window and
  select Add -> Add
  New Item.
• Select Map from
  the templates list
  box.
• Name the Map as
  POToInvoice.btm
    5. Create the Orchestration
• Right click on the
  project icon in the
  Solution Explorer
  window and select
  Add -> Add New
  Item.
• Select BizTalk
  Orchestration from
  the templates list
  box.
• Name the Map as
  HelloOrchestration.
  btm
6. Create Setup.bat to deploy the project
      and bind the ports to BizTalk.
@SETLOCAL

@CALL "%VS71COMNTOOLS%vsvars32.bat" @SET SolutionName= HelloWorld.sln

@SET AssemblyKeyFile= HelloWorld.snk
@SET BindingFileName= HelloWorldBinding.xml
@SET SendPortName= HelloWorldSendPort
@SET ReceivePortName=HelloWorldReceivePort
@SET ReceiveLocationName= HelloWorldReceiveLocation
@SET FileReceiveDirectory=In
@SET FileReceiveLocation= \%FileReceiveDirectory%\*.xml
@SET FileSendDirectory=Out
@SET FileSendAddress= \%FileSendDirectory%\%%MessageID%%.xml
@SET OrchestrationName=HelloWorld.HelloSchedule
@SET AssemblyName=HelloWorld

@IF NOT EXIST %AssemblyKeyFile% sn -k %AssemblyKeyFile%

@DevEnv %SolutionName% /Deploy Development /Out Build.log

@BTSDeploy Import Binding=%BindingFileName% Log=Binding

@CScript /NoLogo "..\..\Admin\WMI\Start Send Port\VBScript\StartSendPort.vbs" %SendPortName% %FileSendAddress%
@CScript /NoLogo "..\..\Admin\WMI\Enable Receive Location\VBScript\EnableRecLoc.vbs" %ReceivePortName%
   %ReceiveLocationName% %FileReceiveLocation%
@CScript /NoLogo "..\..\Admin\WMI\Enlist Orchestration\VBScript\EnlistOrch.vbs" %OrchestrationName% %AssemblyName% Start

@ENDLOCAL
                7. Test the application
•   Create a sample XML file to use it as input. Name it SamplePOInput.xml
•   Copy and paste this XML code into the new created file
           <?xml version="1.0"?>
              <ns0: PO xmlns:ns0="http://HelloWorld.POSchema">
                  <PO_Number>1234</PO_Number>
                  <Total>$19.99</Total>
              </ns0: PO>
           </xml>

•   Copy the new file into the In folder.
•   Check the Out folder for results. You should get a new xml file that should look like this:
           <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
              <ns0:Invoice xmlns:ns0="http://HelloWorld.InvoiceSchema">
                  <Number>1234</Number>
                  <TotalPrice>$19.99</TotalPrice>
              </ns0:Invoice>
           </xml>
                         References
• MSDN Library. Microsoft BizTalk Server
  2004 Introduction.
 http://www.msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-
 us/def/htm/ebiz_def_portal_page.asp

• David Chappell. (2004) Understanding
  BizTalk Server.
  http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=21281

				
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