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What the Maestro Needs to Know: Advanced Orchestration Concepts

Abstract

Orchestrations are series of ordered operations or transactions that implement a business process. To interact with entities outside the boundaries of this business process, orchestrations can use send or receive ports. You can perform transactions in parallel, execute business rules from within orchestrations, call complex logic in managed .NET assemblies, or call and start other orchestrations. They are by far the most powerful tool in a BizTalk architect’s tool belt. To perform complex routing in BizTalk or do any process automation work, you need to use orchestrations.

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Business Process Exception Handler Incoming Message Thread Pool External Assembly 
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© George Dunphy, Sergei Moukhnitski, Stephen Kaufman, Peter Kelcey, Harold Campos, David Peterson 2009

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