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Tài liệu Designing E-Business Applications with Microsoft® .NET Enterprise Servers ppt







Course Number: 2260A


Released: 02/2001

Delivery Guide
Designing E-Business
Applications with Microsoft
®

.NET Enterprise Servers
Part Number: X08-12944


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Course Number: 2260A
Part Number: X08-12944
Released: 02/2001
Designing E-Business Applications with Microsoft® .NET Enterprise Servers iii


Contents

Introduction
Course Materials ......................................................................................................2

Prerequisites.............................................................................................................3

Course Objectives....................................................................................................4

Course Objectives (continued).................................................................................5

Course Outline .........................................................................................................6

Setup ........................................................................................................................8

Microsoft Certified Professional Program .............................................................10

Facilities.................................................................................................................12

Module 1: E-Business with Microsoft .NET Technologies
Overview..................................................................................................................1

Introducing E-Business............................................................................................2

An N-Tier Architecture for E-Business ...................................................................8

Introducing the .NET Platform ..............................................................................19

Review ...................................................................................................................21

Module 2: Examining E-Business Applications
Overview..................................................................................................................1

Functional Characteristics of B2C Applications......................................................2

Lab 2.1: Examining a .NET B2C Application .........................................................4

Functional Characteristics of B2B Applications......................................................7

Lab 2.2: Examining a .NET B2B Application .......................................................20

Non-Functional Characteristics of E-Business Applications .................................23

Review ...................................................................................................................27

Module 3: Microsoft .NET Enterprise Servers, Framework, and
Development Tools
Overview..................................................................................................................1

Overview of the .NET Enterprise Servers................................................................2

Overview of the .NET Framework ........................................................................21

The .NET Framework SDK ...................................................................................30

Review ...................................................................................................................32

Module 4: Designing the Client Experience
Overview..................................................................................................................1

Presentation Tier Architecture .................................................................................2

Overview of ASP.NET ..........................................................................................12

ASP.NET Server Controls .....................................................................................19

ASP.NET Web Controls ........................................................................................25

Lab 4: Controlling the Presentation Tier with ASP.NET.......................................43

Review ...................................................................................................................51

Module 5: Managing the Business Logic Layer
Overview..................................................................................................................1

Implementing State in a Shopping Cart ...................................................................2

State vs. Scalability................................................................................................15

Membership and Authentication............................................................................24

Adapting the User’s View of the Site ....................................................................31

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Commerce Server 2000 Personalization Tools ..................................................... 36

Lab 5: Using Business Desk ................................................................................. 44

Review .................................................................................................................. 55

Module 6: Transaction Processing on the Business Logic Layer
Overview................................................................................................................. 1

Mechanics of Web-Based Purchasing..................................................................... 2

Using COM+ in E-Commerce .............................................................................. 11

Using Commerce Server 2000 .............................................................................. 17

Lab 6: Creating Pipeline Objects for the OPP....................................................... 30

Review .................................................................................................................. 37

Module 7: Integrating with External Systems
Overview................................................................................................................. 1

Selecting a Transport .............................................................................................. 2

Time-Bound Operations........................................................................................ 13

Security and Authentication.................................................................................. 26

Lab 7: Creating and Using Web Services ............................................................. 44

Review .................................................................................................................. 52

Module 8: Exchanging Business Data
Overview................................................................................................................. 1

Exchanging Data..................................................................................................... 2

Manipulating XML ................................................................................................. 7

Lab 8.1: Building B2B Services ........................................................................... 19

Using SQL Server 2000: Internet and XML Support ........................................... 24

Introducing BizTalk .............................................................................................. 38

Overview of BizTalk Server 2000 ........................................................................ 44

Lab 8.2: Creating Business Document Specifications Using BizTalk Editor....... 52

Using BizTalk Server 2000................................................................................... 56

Lab 8.3: Creating Transformation Maps Using BizTalk Mapper ......................... 63

Lab 8.4: Creating Business Document Specifications Using BizTalk
Orchestration Designer ......................................................................................... 77

Review .................................................................................................................. 86

Appendix A: Planning for Microsoft .NET
Overview................................................................................................................. 1

Visual Studio.NET.................................................................................................. 2

Resources on .NET ................................................................................................. 8

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About This Course
This section provides you with a brief description of the course, audience,
suggested prerequisites, and course objectives.
Description
This course prepares application development architects for the task of
designing Microsoft
®
.NET e-business applications. It explains the architecture
of e-business applications and how the Microsoft .NET Enterprise Servers and
.NET technologies can be used in developing e-business applications.
Audience
This course is intended for application development architects. They will be
involved in defining the use of the .NET technologies and .NET Enterprise
Servers in the development of Web-based e-business applications.
Student Prerequisites
This course requires that students meet the following prerequisites:

Familiarity with n-tier application architecture

Experience in developing or designing distributed applications

Familiarity with the following products and technologies:
• Microsoft Visual Basic
®
6.0
• Active Server Pages (ASP) 3.0 or ASP 2.0
• Extensible Markup Language (XML)

Course Objectives
After completing this course, the student will be able to:

Describe the .NET technologies from Microsoft as the latest step in the
evolution of distributed application infrastructure.

Describe the functional and non-functional characteristics of e-business
applications.

Identify how .NET Enterprise Servers, Microsoft .NET Framework, and
development tools support e-business applications.

Design full-featured presentation tiers by using ASP.NET.

Manage state in business-to-consumer (B2C) e-commerce applications.

Plan for an optimal e-commerce transaction processing architecture.

Plan for an application’s interaction with external applications, particularly
in business-to-business (B2B) scenarios.

Exchange business data between organizations by using XML and
Microsoft BizTalk

Server 2000.

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