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BizTalk Adapter for SQL Server: Jan 03

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by eddie5659, Jan 5, 2003.

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  1. eddie5659

    eddie5659 Moderator Malware Specialist Thread Starter

    Mar 19, 2001

    The Microsoft BizTalk Adapter for SQL Server enables reading and writing to the database from BizTalk Server 2002. Customers need a cost-effective and manageable means to integrate SQL-stored data with enterprise applications. With the BizTalk Adapter for SQL Server, Microsoft gives application developers, web publishers and line-of-business managers a means to integrate their SQL-stored data with solutions built on BizTalk Server 2002. The solution doesn’t require coding: data, in the form of XML documents, is automatically transferred between SQL Server and BizTalk without the need to write and compile new business logic.

    System Requirements
    Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000

    An Intel Pentium 300 Processor (300 MHZ)
    Minimum: 128 megabytes (MB) of RAM; recommended: 256 MB
    A 6-gigabyte (GB) hard disk
    A CD-ROM drive
    A network adapter card
    A VGA or Super VGA monitor
    A Microsoft or compatible pointing device
    Microsoft BizTalk Server 2002
    MDAC 2.7 or higher
    Microsoft SQLXML 3.0 Service Pack 1 (This requires the SOAP Toolkit 2.0 Service Pack 2 or higher)
    MSXML 3.0 Service Pack 3 (Installed with Internet Explorer 6.0 Service Pack 1)



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