Give power users more control over areas of your BizTalk Orchestration. With Business Rules, you can wrap your .NET classes and XML document elements in easy-to-understand language.
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By using BizTalk 2004, Web services, and the Broker enterprise pattern, you can create a centralized file broker that enables you to more easily configure security, administer services, and share code across your organization.
Learn how to develop a custom SharePoint Web service for InfoPath 2003 documents, which allows you to reliably perform actions whenever a user saves one of the documents.
BizTalk 2004 Pipelines offer you a great deal of control over the processing of BizTalk 2004 messages. With custom Pipeline components, you can handle non-XML data in BizTalk messages, even when the data is in non-delimited file formats.
Before embarking a major database change such as upgrading to SQL Server 2005, how do you assess the scope of the change on your DTS packages? Use the DTS class library and .NET Interop.
Learn an elegant and flexible solution for implementing UI changes based on the role changes for your applications.