Microsoft .NET Server Solutions for the Enterprise

Microsoft Corporation

  • 出版商: MicroSoft
  • 出版日期: 2002-05-04
  • 售價: $1,610
  • 貴賓價: 9.5$1,530
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 560
  • 裝訂: Paperback
  • ISBN: 0735615691
  • ISBN-13: 9780735615694
  • 相關分類: .NET
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Description:

Learn how to use Microsoft .NET Enterprise Servers and strategies to solve common e business problems.

Planning, developing, and deploying enterprise e-business solutions across different platforms can be challenging. MICROSOFT® .NET SERVER SOLUTIONS FOR THE ENTERPRISE simplifies the process. This fact-filled guidebook combines a wealth of technical information with real-world scenarios to deliver clear, concrete details on how to solve common e-business integration problems. Each chapter presents a specific e-business problem along with a detailed discussion of the Microsoft .NET Server tools and technologies used to solve it—complete with schematic diagrams and other help. You’ll learn how to make Microsoft .NET Servers work together to solve problems—and how to prepare for future Web-based services. Topics covered include:

• INTRODUCTION: Enterprise integration problems plus a survey of Microsoft .NET Enterprise Servers and .NET technologies
• ENTERPRISE APPLICATION INTEGRATION (EAI): Issues in integrating internal enterprise applications, plus representative EAI scenarios
• BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS (B2B) INTEGRATION: Issues and representative B2B scenarios
• BUSINESS-TO-CONSUMER (B2C) INTEGRATION: Issues and representative B2C scenarios
• MOBILE SERVICE INTEGRATION: Issues in integrating wireless networking, remote access, and personal digital assistants
• RELIABILITY, SECURITY, PERFORMANCE, AND MANAGEMENT: Issues in reliability, security, performance, and management when developing enterprise e-business solutions
• ROADMAP TO THE FUTURE: Overview of Web-based services available today, plus how to position your enterprise for tomorrow
•.NET SERVERS DISCUSSED: The Microsoft Windows® 2000 Server family, Microsoft BizTalk® Server, Microsoft SQL Server™, Microsoft SharePoint™ Portal Server, Commerce Server, Content Manager Server, Host Integration Server, Exchange Server, and other Microsoft .NET Enterprise servers

CD-ROM FEATURES:
• Fully searchable electronic copies of the book as Portable Document Format (PDF) and compressed HTML (CHM) files
• Code samples and sample applications

 

Table of Contents:

PART ONE OVERVIEW 1
CHAPTER 1   Introduction 3
    Purpose 4
    Audience 4
        Information Technology and Business Managers 4
        Information Technology Architects 5
        Consultants, Independent Software Vendors, Solution Providers, and Application Service Providers 5
        Database Administrators, Application Developers, and System Integrators 5
        Project Managers 5
    Scope 6
        Major Focus: E-Business Servers 6
        Minor Focus 7
        Beyond Scope 7
    Plan of the Book 8
        Part 1: Overview 8
        Part 2: Enterprise Application Integration 8
        Part 3: Business-to-Business Integration 9
        Part 4: Business-to-Consumer Integration 9
        Part 5: Wireless Integration 9
        Part 6: The Future 10
    Summary 10
CHAPTER 2   .NET in Plain English 11
        .NET Framework 12
        .NET Server Platforms 19
        .NET My Services 20
        Additional Information 21
CHAPTER 3   Overview of .NET Enterprise Servers 23
    Application Center 2000 24
        Application Center 2000 Documentation Resources 26
    BizTalk Server 2002 26
        BizTalk Server 2002 Documentation Resources 28
    Commerce Server 2002 29
        Commerce Server 2002 Documentation Resources 30
    Content Management Server 2001 32
        Content Management Server 2001 Documentation Resources 32
    Exchange 2000 Server 33
        Exchange 2000 Server Documentation Resources 34
    Host Integration Server 2000 35
        Host Integration Server 2000 Documentation Resources 37
    Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2000 38
        Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000 Documentation Resources 39
    SQL Server 2000 40
        SQL Server 2000 Documentation Resources 42
    Mobile Information 2001 Server 43
        Mobile Information 2001 Server Documentation Resources 44
    SharePoint Portal Server 2001 45
        SharePoint Portal Server 2001 Documentation Resources 46
    Summary 46
PART TWO ENTERPRISE APPLICATION INTEGRATION 47
CHAPTER 4   Integrating Applications into the Enterprise 49
    The Integration Challenge 50
    The Business Case for Integration 53
    Integration Approaches 54
        Integration Using the User Interface 54
        Integration Using Data Sources 55
        Integration Using Application Programming Interfaces 56
        Integration Using Business Logic 57
    Implementing Application Integration 58
    The Market for EAI 61
CHAPTER 5   Integrating SQL Server with DB2 63
    Scenario 65
        Understanding the Data 67
        Understanding the Process 68
    Solution 69
    Tools and Technologies 71
    Implementation 73
        Variations on a Model Solution 74
        Windows 2000 Server and SQL Server Editions 77
        Installing and Configuring Software 78
            Configuring Host Integration Server 78
            Prepare the DB2 Tables on the AS/400 90
            Installing and Configuring SQL Server 2000 93
            Configuring SQL Server DTS Packages 94
            Working with DTS Packages 102
            Scheduling DTS Packages for Execution 105
            Sample Applications Using DTS 107
            Data Integration Using DTS 111
CHAPTER 6   Integrating Employee Benefits Self-Service with SAP R/3 113
    Scenario 116
        Understanding the Process 119
        Understanding the APIs 120
            Challenges Specific to SAP 123
    Solution 126
        SAP Integration Using BAPI 127
        SAP Integration Using IDocs 130
    Tools and Technologies 131
    Implementation 132
        Web Middleware 132
        MSMQ Message Body Format 133
        SAP Application Connector 134
            Application Integration Using APIs and Interfaces 136
CHAPTER 7   Integrating Host Data into the Web 137
    Scenario 137
    Solution 138
        The Sample Application 140
    Tools and Technologies 144
        Hardware and Software Requirements 144
            Microsoft Host Integration Server 2000 144
            Visual Studio .NET 145
            Cedar Bank Files and Folders 145
            Cedar Bank Components and Remote Environments 147
            COBOL Programs 149
    Implementation 150
        Running Cedar Bank with a Live Mainframe Connection 150
CHAPTER 8   Integrating BizTalk with SAP 157
    Scenario 157
    Solution 157
    Tools and Technologies 159
        Hardware and Software Requirements 159
        BizTalk Adapter for SAP Components 160
            BizTalk Adapter for SAP Manager 160
            IDoc Handler 161
            Application Integration Component 161
            Microsoft Message Queuing 161
    Implementation 161
        Installing Prerequisite Software 162
        Installing BizTalk Adapter for SAP 162
        Configuring Components 162
            Configure SAP R/3 System 163
            Configure DCOM Connector 163
            Configure COM for ABAP 164
            Configure Microsoft Message Queuing 166
            Configure BizTalk Adapter for SAP Manager 166
            Configure BizTalk Server 172
        Generating a BizTalk Server Specification 176
            Specification Generation Process 176
            Generating a BizTalk Server Specification Document 176
        Sending an IDoc to BizTalk Server 177
        Sending an IDoc to SAP R/3 System 179
        Additional Information 182
            BizTalk Server 2000 182
            SAP 182
            Microsoft SQL Server 182
            Microsoft Message Queue 182
PART THREE BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS INTEGRATION 183
CHAPTER 9   Integrating Business Partners into the Enterprise 185
        Why Electronic Commerce? 186
        Types of Electronic Commerce Purchases 187
        Challenges of Conducting Business Electronically 188
            Middleware 189
            Business-to-Business Integration 190
            Exchanging Data and Information 193
CHAPTER 10   Integrating BizTalk with EDI 197
    Scenario 197
    Solution 198
    Tools and Technologies 199
        Hardware and Software Requirements 199
            File Transfer 200
            E-Business Software 200
            Trading Partner Interface 201
    Implementation 203
        Configuring for Internet Transmission 204
        Configuring for Routing Received Documents to MSMQ 207
        Planning for Growth and Scalability 209
CHAPTER 11   Automating Electronic Procurement 211
    Scenario 211
    Solution 212
        Hub: Send Purchase Order to Supplier 213
        Supplier: Receive PO and Send Invoice to Hub 215
        Hub: Receive Invoice and Send Payment to Supplier 216
        Supplier: Receive Payment and Send Acknowledgement to Hub 218
        XLANG Schedule Activation 219
        E-Procurement XLANG Schedule Correlation 221
            Storing the Correlation Information 221
            Reading the Correlation Information 222
    Tools and Technologies 222
        Hardware and Software Requirements 222
        Using Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 223
            Creating XML Web Services 223
            Summary 228
    Implementation 229
        Preliminary Setup 229
            Update the Global Assembly Cache 229
            Attach the SQL Server 2000 Databases 229
            Create the SQL Server 7.0 Databases 230
            Configure BizTalk Messaging Services 232
        Running the E-Procurement Sample 233
        Uninstalling the E-Procurement Sample 236
    Additional Information 237
            Microsoft BizTalk Server 2002 237
            Microsoft SQL Server 237
            Microsoft Message Queuing 237
CHAPTER 12   Selling Through Trading Partners 239
    Scenario 241
        The Players 241
        Basic Interactions 242
        Different Purchasing Models 243
            Retail Web Site Purchasing Model 243
            Basic Supplier Purchasing Model 244
            Supplier Purchasing Model Using Remote Shopping 244
            Purchasing Model Summary 246
        Electronic Document Standards 247
        Scenario Summary 247
    Solution 248
        Associated Technologies 248
        The Trading Partner's Buyer Application 249
        Catalog Publishing Solution 250
            Supported Document Formats 251
            Catalog Publishing Tasks 251
            Catalog Publishing Architecture 255
        Purchase Order Reception Solution 256
            Supported Document Formats 257
            Purchase Order Reception Tasks 258
            Purchase Order Reception Architecture 259
        Remote Shopping Solution 262
            Supported Document Formats 263
            Remote Shopping Tasks 267
            Remote Shopping Architecture 269
    Tools and Technologies 272
    Implementation 272
        Basket Rendering Routines 273
            RemoteBasket.asp from Basket.asp 273
            InspectBasket.asp from RemoteBasket.asp 276
        New and Modified Files in the AFS Solution Site 283
CHAPTER 13   Using Web Services to Transfer Files 291
    Scenario 291
    Solution 291
    Tools and Technologies 293
        Hardware and Software Requirements 293
        Install the Web Service File Transfer Utility 293
    Implementation 294
        Operational Overview 294
        Configuring the Sending WSFT Utility 295
        Configuring the Receiving WSFT Web Service 296
    Summary 297
PART FOUR BUSINESS-TO-CONSUMER INTEGRATION 299
CHAPTER 14   Reaching Consumers Using the Web 301
    Microsoft Commerce Server 302
    Microsoft Content Management Server 303
    A Common Theme: Keeping Separate Jobs Separate 304
CHAPTER 15   Setting Up a Retail Storefront 307
    Scenario 308
        The Shopper Perspective 308
        The Shopkeeper Perspective 311
        The Business Manager Perspective 312
        The Site Administrator Perspective 313
        The Site Developer Perspective 313
        Scenario Summary 314
    Solution 314
        Microsoft Commerce Server Overview 316
            Commerce Server User Interfaces 316
            Commerce Server Web Site 319
            Commerce Server Objects 319
        Feature-by-Feature Solution Summary 321
            Navigation 321
            Product Catalogs 324
            Shopping Baskets 327
            Completing the Purchase 330
            Shopper-Centric Security 334
            Recommendations 336
            Improvements 341
            Privacy 344
            Different Languages and Currency 345
            Miscellaneous Shopper Features 345
            Shopkeeper-Specific Features 347
    Tools and Technologies 347
    Implementation 348
        Keyword Searches in the Retail Solution Site 349
            Main 349
            rsFreeTextSearch 350
            htmRenderFullTextSearchResults 352
            RenderSearchResults and RenderSearchResultRow 353
        Keyword Searches in the International Solution Site 353
            Search_Click 353
            Page_Load 354
            PerformSearch 355
CHAPTER 16   Managing Web Content 359
    Scenario 360
    Solution 361
        The Basic Idea 362
        Concepts and Terminology 364
            Maintained in a Database