Demonstrations: Building schemas, creating maps, configuring messaging, and incorporating orchestration. Demonstrations: Defining service contracts, adding data contracts, designing fault contracts, self-hosting of services, and consuming WCF services. Chapter 4: Planning Service Oriented BizTalk Solutions A discussion of the core aspects of SOA, the types of services one can construct, available message exchange patterns, and how service-oriented principles apply to BizTalk solutions. Chapter 5: Schema and Endpoint Patterns How to build effective schemas and endpoints depending on the type of service constructed. Demonstrations: Designing RPC, document and event schemas, building canonical schemas, reusing schemas, node feature mapping for service clients, building generic schemas, and constructing contract-first endpoints. Chapter 6: Asynchronous Communication Patterns A look at options for asynchronous communication and how to exploit this pattern in BizTalk solutions.
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Instead of glimpsing through the book and writing a brief review within couple of days, I took nearly 2 months till I completed reading the whole book, before writing this review. This review is purely based on my experience reading the book and not influenced by any external factors. Rating: My overall rating for this book will be 3. This is the first book released with the heading BizTalk Server , hence it will be obvious from the readers they expect new stuff from BizTalk explained in the book.
You need an introduction to the book, it will be hard to jump into advanced topic without setting the base. SOA is an architectural style, its all about the way people build software rather than they go and buy something off the shelf. When we are talking about web services in Microsoft stack, it maps directly to the usage of Windows communication Foundation WCF as a single unified development platform for building distributed applications.
Readers purely relied on bunch of online articles, blog posts and product documentation to learn and understand BizTalk and WCF. Richard broken that barrier by dedicating 2 chapters of the book talking purely about BizTalk and WCF. They are isolated on their own rights and explain the topic.
Chapter 11, introduces readers to the ESB Guidance 2. It explains the basics of Error handling framework, itineraries, various web services that comes as part of the tool kit. I personally reverted back to these chapters, when the ESB Toolkit 2. Readers can jump into these chapters directly, without reading any part of the book, which is good in a way. If in case you don? Chapters In this short chapter, Richard glimpsed through Dublin,.
Conclusion: Richard had put his fair share introducing readers to some of the core SOA principles, explaining some of the new stuff in BizTalk and creating a link between some of the well known concepts in BizTalk Server to SOA principles. Overall this book is a good read, some of the advanced BizTalk users may find some of the chapters more of a refreshing read rather than learning something new.
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