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  • Category: BizTalk

    What is biztalk?

    i wanna know about biztalk and what,when we have to use it.is it must and should to get the course of biztalk for dotnet developers after getting experience also..
  • #568086
    please visit below link for help

    http://searchwinit.techtarget.com/definition/BizTalk
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    Muhammad Farooq
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  • #568091
    BizTalk is an integration toll, basically you can call this as a middleware. It allows organizations connect other systems more easily. Using BizTalk Server you will be able to make connectivity between core systems both inside and outside your organization.

    To learn BizTalk, .NET experience is always an advantage, but BizTalk is more of configuration and integration so it would be better to attend some course if you wanted to learn.


    Regards,
    Asheej T K

  • #568203
    Thanks to Farooq and Asheej.but tell me how can i rate the answers
    Regards
    Praveen

  • #571239
    Praveen,

    Only Editors and Webmasters can Rate the Response.

    Normal Users are not allowed to Rate the Forum Response.

    Please mark this as Answer, if this helps

    Regards,
    Alwyn Duraisingh.M 
    << Database Administrator >>
    Jesus saves! The rest of us better make backups...

  • #581822
    BizTalk is an enterprise application and integration tool used to connect disparate systems together. It supports cross-technology integration and acts as the middleware in getting the job done. It basically works on the XML message.

  • #599830
    BizTalk is an industry initiative headed by Microsoft to promote Extensible Markup Language (XML) as the common data exchange language for e-commerce and application integration on the Internet.


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