A vocabulary or even better a glossary of all the common BizTalk terms alphabetically listed can be very useful if you like to look up its definition. Typically you will find a glossary at the end of a book, however it can also be used to list terms in a certain field of study or with a certain technology or product like BizTalk Server.

For newcomers to BizTalk Server and its concepts a glossary can be helpful to understand the common terms that are being used. The BizTalk Server Glossary found on the TechNet Wiki can aid in helping newcomers to understand BizTalk or more seasoned to look a term there not familiar with yet.

This article has been written by Sandro Pereira a well respected member in the BizTalk community. He is an expert in the field of BizTalk development and a Microsoft Integration MVP. In this article he has gathered all the known common BizTalk terms and provided the definition of each of them. 

The article has after its inception grown with the help of other community members to a complete glossary of the common used BizTalk terms, which is well reflected as it has won the most updated article award in March of this year. The article deserves to be in the spotlight again as has fully matured now and is an great example of the many BizTalk related TechNet Wiki articles!

So go check out all the wonder, and dive in! The Wiki's warm.

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