Course info
Nov 12, 2010
3h 40m

This course covers the WCF adapters, WCF Line of Business SDK and WCF BAM integration, to provide a whole picture of WCF integration with BizTalk Server

About the author
About the author

Matt is an independent consultant with expertise in web application design and development and systems integration. As a writer, Matt has contributed to several journals and magazines such as MSDN Magazine. Matt regularly shares his love of technology by speaking at local, regional, and international conferences such as DevWeek, Prairie Dev Con, That Conference, and VS Live. As a Pluralsight Author, Matt has created more than 30 courses on the topics of web, mobile, and cloud development.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

WCF Receive Adapters
Welcome to this module on the WCF receive adapters or we can expose BizTalk and the message processing engine and orchestrations as a service. In this module we're gonna take a look at the receive architecture for these adapters. So, how they fit into the adapter model. How WCF and BizTalk play together. We're gonna look at how you can figure those adapters on the receiving side to receive messages. We'll take a look at how we use the publishing wizard to expose message endpoints over HTTP using IS. And finally, we'll take a look at a couple of use cases around working with SOAP headers and also working with transactions on the receiving side.

Welcome to this module on the WCF Line-of-Business Adapter Framework. My name is Matt Milner, and I'm an instructor for Pluralsight. In this module, we're gonna take a look at how you can service-enable your line-of-business applications or business systems using this framework. Specifically, we'll talk about the motivation for this framework and why people need the ability to service-enable their applications. We'll talk about what you get with WCF Adapter Framework, what the different components are and how it works. We'll also look at how you can build your own adapters with this framework, because that's what it's for, after all. We'll see that you can build adapters for both inbound and outbound communication, so where your communication initiates with the line-of-business system, and you wanna feed that into an application, or for outbound, where you have an application you wanna make calls to the line-of-business system. We'll see the metadata framework and how the adapter SDK allows you to surface metadata from your line-of-business system in a consistent, usable manner. And then we'll just briefly look at some of the adapters that Microsoft has built on top of this same framework, so you can get a sense for what Microsoft is doing with this framework, and how a lot of these adapters are gonna work, as well.

BAM Interceptors for WF and WCF
Welcome to this module on the Workflow and WCF interceptors for BAM, where we'll take a look at using config-based interceptors for these. NET technologies. What we're gonna focus on is how you can configure these interceptors, the different structures that we'll find in this XML based interceptor configuration. And then we're gonna drill down into each of the specific interceptors, the one for Windows Workflow and the one for Windows Communication Foundation.