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Wisdom is learning all we can, but having the humility to realize that we do not know it all. The difference between a great BizTalk developer and someone who kind of knows some stuff is how you answer the BizTalk Interview questions in a way that will show how knowledgeable you are.
The questions cover the following areas:. Learn the fundamentals relating to BizTalk and Enterprise Application Integration in an easy to understand questions and answers approach. It covers realistic interview Questions with answers that will impress your interviewer.
A quick reference guide, a refresher and a roadmap covering a wide range of BizTalk and EAI related topics and interview tips. I have collected the following questions through interviews I have conducted and interviews that I was the applicant. I also collected them from the online user groups and other websites. I have prepared the answers and reviewed them as best as I can. If you happen to fall on a question that I did not include here or you want to discuss any of the answers that I have provided please email me at Moustafa MoustafaRefaat.
What Is a BizTalk Application? Artifacts include the following:. Search Search for:. Mastering The BizTalk Technical Interview Wisdom is learning all we can, but having the humility to realize that we do not know it all. The questions cover the following areas: Basic Questions. General Questions. Schema Design Questions. Pipelines and Pipeline components Questions. Maps Questions. Messaging Questions. Adapters and Accelerators Questions. Orchestrations Questions. Rules Engine Questions. Deployment and Installation Questions.
The Questions I have collected the following questions through interviews I have conducted and interviews that I was the applicant. Sample Questions 2. Artifacts include the following: BizTalk assemblies and the BizTalk-specific resources that they contain —orchestrations, pipelines, schemas, and maps. NET assemblies that do not contain BizTalk-specific resources Policies Send ports, send port groups, receive locations, and receive ports Other items that are used by the solution, such as certificates, COM components, and scripts 7.
What is the lifecycle of a Message in BizTalk server? A message is received through a receive location defined in a given receive port. This message is processed by the pipeline associated with the receive location, and if there are any inbound maps associated with the receive port they are executed.
The resulting message is then published to the MessageBox database. The MessageBox evaluates active subscriptions and routes the message to those orchestrations, and send ports with matching subscriptions. Orchestrations may process the message and publish messages through the MessageBox to a send port where it is pushed out to its final destination. BizTalk Server architecture is asynchronous for scalability reasons.
However, the architecture of the BizTalk Messaging Engine enables exposing a synchronous message exchange pattern on top of these asynchronous exchanges. To do this, the engine handles the complex task of correlating the request and response messages across a scaled-out architecture by linking together a number of asynchronous message exchanges to expose a synchronous interface.
Which Interfaces do you need to implement in a disassembling custom pipeline component? A disassembling pipeline component receives one message on input and produces zero or more messages on output.
Disassembling components are used to split interchanges of messages into individual documents. Disassembler components must implement the following interfaces:. A link specifies the basic function of copying data from an element or attribute in an input instance message to an element or attribute in an output instance. You create links between records and fields in the source and destination schemas at design time. This drives the creation, at run time, of an output instance message conforming to the destination schema from an input instance message conforming to the source schema.
To route binary data you can use pass-through pipelines on the receive location and send port. BizTalk will route copy the data from the source receive location to the destination send port. If you want to route the binary data based on some information in the binary data then you write a custom Disassembler to promote the properties you need from the incoming message to route the binary data.
Mastering The BizTalk Technical Interview
Wisdom is learning all we can, but having the humility to realize that we do not know it all. The difference between a great BizTalk developer and someone who kind of knows some stuff is how you answer the BizTalk Interview questions in a way that will show how knowledgeable you are. The questions cover the following areas:. Learn the fundamentals relating to BizTalk and Enterprise Application Integration in an easy to understand questions and answers approach.
Mastering the BizTalk Technical Interview