BizTalk Server 2000 Administration
BizTalk Server 2000 administration is divided into the following parts:
Installing BizTalk Server 2000
This section provides information about installing Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000. The information includes guidelines for hardware and software requirements, and instructions for complete, tools, and custom installations. For more information about installing Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000, see Installing BizTalk Server 2000.
This section covers how businesses can securely exchange data with trading partners when they use BizTalk Server 2000. BizTalk Server takes advantage of the security features included in Microsoft Windows 2000 and Microsoft SQL Server. For more information about security and BizTalk Server 2000, see Understanding Security.
Enhancing Performance and Scalability
The section provides information about enhancing performance of BizTalk Server and creating scalable solutions. Issues and guidelines covered in this section include identifying potential bottlenecks, addressing latency, and managing databases. For more information about creating a scalable, high-performance solution, see Enhancing Performance and Scalability.
Administering Servers and Applications
This section covers how to administer servers and XLANG-related applications. Topics covered in this section include how to centrally configure and manage servers in multiple groups, configuring and managing receive functions, managing the Shared Queue, and managing the COM+ applications that host XLANG schedules. For more information about administering servers and applications, see Administering Servers and Applications.
This section provides information about how to track interchanges and documents processed by BizTalk Server 2000. Topics covered in this section include how to create queries and advanced queries, how to save interchange, document, and custom-search data, and understanding interchange record, document record, and receipt results. For more information about tracking documents, see Tracking Documents.
- The file path to open various Microsoft Windows 2000 services and tools, such as Component Services or Administrative Tools, is different depending on whether you are using a computer that is operating on Windows 2000 Server or Windows 2000 Professional. For more information, see Open Component Services.
In Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000 Help, the paths to these services and tools have been documented based on a Windows 2000 Server installation. If you are using Windows 2000 Professional, refer to Windows 2000 Professional Help for more information about how to open the service or tool that you are interested in using.