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(MCTS) Microsoft BizTalk Server (70-595) Certification and Assessment Guide: Second Edition

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(MCTS) Microsoft BizTalk Server (70-595) Certification and Assessment Guide: Second Edition

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (20 chapters)
(MCTS) Microsoft BizTalk Server (70-595) Certification and Assessment Guide Second Edition
Credits
About the Authors
About the Reviewers
www.PacktPub.com
Preface
Index

Developing BizTalk Artifacts


  1. HWLC Motors is receiving shipment content details from their suppliers. They receive many each day. They need to manually audit some of them. You need to make sure that they can separate out all shipments that have a TotalSum value of $1 million or more. You set up a Send Port to receive shipments. What must you do before you can subscribe to orders equal to or greater than a TotalSum value of $1 million?

    1. Make TotalSum a distinguished field

    2. Promote the TotalSum field

    3. On the root node of the Schema, configure Body XPath to point to the TotalSum field

    4. On the file properties of the Schema, set the Default Property Schema Name value to GreaterThanOrEqualTo

  2. As part of the integration with a major investment bank, HWLC Motors needs to exchange data with an old legacy system. Unfortunately, the system creates incorrect XML, which would cause the disassemble and validation exceptions. A component has been developed to correct the XML on arrival to mitigate errors in later processing. In what Pipeline stage must the component be placed?

    1. The Pre-assemble stage

    2. The Assemble stage

    3. The Disassemble stage

    4. The Decode stage

  3. Mooremountain Motors is a big dealership that offers different kinds of brands. As a result, they receive invoices from many different car manufacturers. Jill, a developer at Mooremountain Motors, has developed an Orchestration that handles a Canonical version of an invoice. She has also developed Maps from each of the manufacturer's invoice Schemas to the Canonical Schema. What must she do to ensure that the Orchestration receives the Canonical message?

    1. Create a Receive Port and Receive Location. Configure the Receive Port with Maps that transform from the Canonical format to the manufacturer formats.

    2. Create a Send Port for each of the manufacturers. Configure the Send Ports with Maps that transform from the Canonical format to each of the manufacturer formats.

    3. Create a Receive Port and Receive Location. Configure the Receive Port with Maps that transform from the manufacturer formats to the Canonical formats.

    4. Configure a Receive Port and Receive Location. Configure the Receive Pipeline to be the XmlReceive Pipeline and set the Validate document structure property to True.

  4. HWLC Motors is having problems with an Orchestration in the production. The Orchestration has plenty of trace statements that can be turned on or off to output meaningful information that would help the troubleshooting process. The server processes must remain active at all times; Host Instances cannot be restarted. What would be a suitable location to store the state of the trace output flag?

    1. Create an external .NET component to store the value. Update the .NET component in the GAC to change the value when needed.

    2. Create a configuration value in BizTalk's configuration file to store the value. Update the value in the config file whenever needed.

    3. Create an Orchestration variable to hold the value. Re-deploy the Orchestration to change the value when needed.

    4. Create an SSO Application to hold the value. Update the value in the SSO application to change the value when needed.

  5. Bo, a developer for HWLC Motors, is developing an integration that will exchange purchase-order messages in an asynchronous request-response pattern over MSMQ. The request is sent out on one queue and the response arrives at another queue. The OrderId is unique and included in both the request and response messages. Requirements dictate that the response must be handled by the same Orchestration that sent the request. What must you do in the Orchestration to enable this scenario?

    1. Create a Correlation Set. Configure the Send shape to initialize the Correlation Set and the Receive shape to follow the Correlation Set.

    2. Set Ordered Delivery to True on the Orchestrations Receive Port.

    3. Create a Correlation Set. Configure the Receive shape to initialize the Correlation Set and the Send shape to follow the Correlation Set.

    4. Place the Receive and Send shapes in a scope. Make sure that the scope's Synchronized property is set to True.

  6. HWLC Motors are receiving batched information about cars. They need to design an Envelope Schema to enable the batch to be split. The envelope has the conceptual structure ManufacturingReport/Cars under which many Car nodes, whose definitions are in another Schema, will be received. What configuration must be present for the Envelope Schema?

    1. In the Envelope Schema, set the Envelope property of the Schema to Yes and then set Body XPath of the root node to point to ManufacturingReport/Cars

    2. In the Envelope Schema set the Envelope property of the schema to Yes and then set Body XPath of the root node to point to ManufacturingReport/Cars/Car

    3. In the Envelope Schema set the Root Reference property to ManufacturingReport

    4. In the Car Schema set the Root Reference property to Car