Using BizTalk Server and Commerce Server
By integrating Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000 with your Microsoft Commerce Server 2000 installation, you can contract with vendors to receive catalogs of their products, and then fill orders for products that are sold on your site. Although it is not required that both you and your vendors install BizTalk Server, this section explains how to set up BizTalk Server systems for both you and your vendors.
It is recommended that you install Commerce Server and BizTalk Server on the same computer. However, you can install BizTalk Server on a separate computer using, for example, Message Queuing.
This section contains:
- About BizTalk Server. Describes the components of Commerce Server that work with BizTalk Server and provides an overview of steps for orders and catalog exchange.
- Configuring Commerce Server to Work with BizTalk Server. Explains how to configure Commerce Server to integrate it with BizTalk Server.
- Setting Up the Source Server. Explains how to set up source and sender organizations for catalog or purchase order exchange.
- Setting Up the Destination Server. Explains how to configure the destination and receiver organizations on BizTalk Server.
- Setting Up Your Catalogs for BizTalk Server. Explains how to configure BizTalk Server for catalog exchange.
For more information about integrating BizTalk Server and Commerce Server, see Integrating with BizTalk Server. In addition, see the Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000 documentation and the Commerce Server 2000 Resource Kit.
For programming samples, see "Designing Solutions with BizTalk Server 2000" in the BizTalk Server Software Development Kit (SDK). For example, the SDK includes samples for dividing orders by vendor, transforming orders in Extensible Markup Language (XML), and using a BizTalk Server component to send orders to BizTalk Server.
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