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(MCTS) Microsoft BizTalk Server (70-595) Certification and Assessment Guide Second Edition by Kent Weare, Morten la Cour, Johan Hedberg

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Implementing messaging patterns

When working with BizTalk, the design considerations are very important. A bad design might result in poor performance, difficulty in changing the solution if the surrounding environment changes, and redundant code.

Working with canonical messages

One of the design patterns we should always try to meet (unless there is a good reason for doing otherwise) is the use of canonical messages inside BizTalk.

If BizTalk receives a message of type A and that message needs to be sent to another system and transformed to type B, we should make up our own internal message type instead of transforming directly from A to B. We do this, not by looking at the structure of either type A or B, but rather by making a type of the message ...

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