Administrators will learn to set up an environment using Microsoft best practices and tools the dead of the night book to deliver a robust, performing and durable BizTalk environment.
Set up an end-to-end application that uses EDI to generate acknowledgements, Service Bus to receive messages, and then insert data into SQL.
Create an observation model to define the data that BAM will collect from your application.
Experienced BizTalk developers will also find great value in the information around new functionality in the 2010 release such as that for mapping and for EDI trading partner management.If the solution approves a request, then it forwards the message to an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system.Architects will learn how to bridge service-oriented architecture, business process management, and.Implement the Business Rules Engine (BRE).By using BAM, you can monitor a business process in real time and generate alerts when the process needs human intervention.Chapter 4: Securing your Message Exchange.It also shows you how to use the BAM API.It shows you how to define the data that is captured by BAM, wire up a BizTalk application for BAM, and view BAM data using the BAM Portal.
Monitor and troubleshoot automated processes.
BI specialists will learn how BAM provides real-time capabilities that supplement any BI strategy.
In the receive pipeline, a json decoder component transforms the json message to XML message.
Source code for the samples is available from.Chapter 5: WCF Services with BizTalk.Part Two of the book describes the BAM toolset.Pro Business Activity Monitoring in BizTalk 2009 focuses on Microsoft's BAM tools, which provide a flexible infrastructure that captures data from Windows Communication Foundation, Windows Workflow Foundation,.NET applications, and BizTalk Server.Deploy a robust and smooth performing BizTalk environment.