BizTalk Server 2006 Developer Center and TechCenter – July Adapter Release


As mentioned previously we recently launched the BizTalk Server 2006 Developer Center. This project constituted a complete rebuild of the previous BizTalk Server 2004 Developer Center. For May and June we featured orchestrations. This included new code samples, an FAQ paper on orchestrations, and in-depth content surfaced from the core documentation. With the re-design of the site it’s easier than ever to learn to develop, deploy, administer, and use BizTalk Server 2006. For July we will be focusing on Adapters

In addition to the Developer Center, we also launched the BizTalk Server 2006 TechCenter. The TechCenter provides easy access to BizTalk Server 2006 technical documentation, downloads, and community, as well as to IT Pro favorites such as the Events & Errors Message Center. Each navigation page within the technical library includes quick access to search BizTalk Server newsgroups and knowledge-base articles as seen, for example, on the Getting Started page. Among many things, the site contains:  



  • Virtual labs
  • The end-to-end tutorial as downloadable Word docs
  • New content on Clustering BizTalk Server
  • Links to the Installation Instructions
  • Links to the Production Documentation published on MSDN

Comments (5)

  1. It would be really cool if you have something about writing custom ISOLATED BizTalk adapters…in addition to Best Practices and/or how-tos on creating one, you can provide information on when to or when NOT to create a custom Isolated BizTalk Adapter.

  2. mmckeown says:

    thx for the feedback, Dexter. Does anyone else have a need to learn about ISOLATE BizTalk adapters?

  3. Peter Kelcey says:

    Mike,

    With the R2 release preparing to ship a WCF adpater, I was wonder if are you going to be using this space to cover development of adapters using the WinFX Adapter Framework? Or will you only be covering the BizTalk Adapter Framework?

  4. mmckeown says:

    I am not working in that area but I will check and see from the folks who are (WinFx).

  5. It would be really gt if you will write something about the custom WCF adapters in R2. I am needing any documentation ar help for that. Can you suggest me..?

    Thanks in advance.

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