List of Figures

Chapter 1: Introduction

Figure 1.1: Point-to-point communication among applications
Figure 1.2: Applications connected through an integration hub

Chapter 2: Defining Your Application Integration Environment

Figure 2.1: Model of a complex business process
Figure 2.2: Simple business process requiring application integration
Figure 2.3: Straight-through processing with multiple applications
Figure 2.4: Data synchronization between two applications
Figure 2.5: A composed application
Figure 2.6: Grouping short-lived transactions into a long-running transaction

Chapter 3: Security and Operational Considerations

Figure 3.1: Using impersonation for security context management
Figure 3.2: Using consolidation for security context management

Chapter 4: Using Microsoft Technologies for Application Integration

Figure 4.1: BizTalk Editor
Figure 4.2: XSLT map in BizTalk Server
Figure 4.3: Message flow in BizTalk Server 2004
Figure 4.4: Customizing a BizTalk Server pipeline
Figure 4.5: Simple BizTalk Server orchestration connected to a request-response port

Microsoft Corporation - Guidelines for Application Integration
Microsoft Corporation - Guidelines for Application Integration
Year: 2003
Pages: 50 © 2008-2017.
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