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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

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

  1. Answer: b

    A distinguished field is used only to create an alias for xpath statements for expressions in Orchestrations. The Body xpath property of the root node is used with Envelope Schemas to point out the node that contains the body of the document. Changing the Default Property Schema Name property on the Schema file only affects what the filename of the created Property Schema will be, when you do a Quick Promotion.

  2. Answer: d

    The Pre-assemble and Assemble stages are stages in a Send Pipeline and would do nothing to affect the XML in a Receive Pipeline. Therefore the Decode stage, the Receive Pipeline stage before the Disassemble stage, which throws the exception, is correct.

  3. Answer: c

    Maps are configured on Receive Ports. As the Orchestration needs the canonical format, you need a Map that transforms to the canonical format. As the files are received into BizTalk, configuring a Send Port is pointless. Pipelines in general, the XMLReceive Pipeline or the Validate document structure property of the XML Disassembler, have nothing to do with Maps.

  4. Answer: d

    As both, the external component and the Orchestration, are the .NET components, they will load into the Host Instances memory. When they are updated on disk or in the GAC, they will not be refreshed unless the Host Instances are restarted (or a sufficient amount of time passes for the assemblies to unload). Storing the value in BizTalk's configuration file also requires a Host Instance restart for the BizTalk Server to retrieve the new value as the config file is read only when the service starts.

  5. Answer: a

    Scope and their Synchronized property ensure that data being read is not simultaneously written to by other branches of a Parallel shape. It has nothing to do with this scenario. As we are sending a message out and receiving a response, we need to initialize the correlation set on the Receive shape and follow it on the Send shape. The Ordered Delivery property makes sure that messages are delivered to the Orchestration in the same order that they were written to the MessageBox.

  6. Answer: a

    You need to set Envelope to Yes and point out the node that will contain the nodes to be split; that is, you need to point out the Cars node. Specifying the Root Reference does not hurt but it does not help.