By providing common vocabularies and taxonomies, patterns enable software developers and architects to share important architectural, design, and implementation discoveries they make while solving commonly recurring technical challenges. Now you can take advantage of Microsoftas extensive systems integration experienceaand expedite the development of your own solutionsaby examining and applying the integration patterns described in this guide. You get expert guidance and recommendations for using new and established platform-independent architecture and design patterns, as well as implementation patterns that apply specifically to MicrosoftAr BizTalkAr Server 2004, Host Integration Server 2004, and the Microsoft .NET Framework. Understand how to use individual patterns for specific technical scenarios, as well as how to combine patterns to build more complex systems. All PATTERNS a PRACTICES guides are reviewed and approved by Microsoft engineering teams, consultants, partners, and customersadelivering accurate, real-world information thatas been technically validated and tested.Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004 (Local) Properties General | Database Connections ] Large Message | BizTalk Group BizTalk Administrators group: BizTalk Server Administrators (seconds): Single Sign-On server name Certificate Note: The certificate thumbprint is a digest of the certificate data and is found in the ... The certificate used to encrypt the message is specified in the send port configuration.
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