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  • Author:
    Lyn Robison
  • ISBN:
    0201719320
  • ISBN13:
    978-0201719321
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  • Publisher:
    Addison-Wesley Professional; 1st edition (December 21, 2001)
  • Pages:
    330 pages
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    Programming
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Written for applications developers, programmers, and technical managers, Implementing B2B Commerce with . You will find detailed explanations of relevant. NET technologies and how to use them to build B2B systems. NET provides in-depth, technical information on the technologies and techniques you need to build effective and secure Web-based B2B solutions for the Microsoft. Based on the author's extensive professional experience, this book explores the purpose and advantages of B2B Web systems, and provides specific information on the tools that aid in their development.

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For the first time, this book brings together all the elements B2B developers need to succeed with .NET: practical technical guidance for writing B2B applications; sample code; insight into B2B staffing, politics, and project management; and detailed specifications and requirements for B2B applications and infrastructure. By combining strategy and tactics, this book offers a complete blueprint for reducing complexity and risk, while delivering a stable, cost-effective site on time and on budget. Leading B2B development trainer Lyn Robison begins with the technical aspects of B2B development with .NET, introducing Web-based application programming, techniques for implementing security, ASP.NET Web Forms, Web Services, SOAP, BizTalk, performance, and scalability. In Part II, Robison moves on to the management issues associated with B2B development, showing how to avoid traps, organize project teams, and move smoothly throughout the project lifecycle. Finally, Robison offers detailed specifications for private exchange, selling-chain management, and supply-chain management applications, as well as .NET-based B2B infrastructure. For all Web and enterprise developers and architects working with Microsoft technologies.

Delirium
For someone new to .NET, with a background in visual studio and perhaps MFC C++, the first half of the book is mildly helpful in introducing concepts of the .NET Framework. Some good code examples, but not enough explanation of key pieces of code. If Robison stopped here, this book would be rated fair instead of mediocre. My problem was that I found the second half of the book lacking depth and focus. Robison putatively leads the reader in developing a B2B app, but it morphs into an advertising brochure for the company he partners with in his consulting practice, Webridge. Robison does discuss the complexity of the infrastructure needed to deploy B2B: caching, context, authentication, document retrieval, but instead of elaborating on them, he plugs Webridge as the solution. This is where I feel [discouraged]. The quality and depth begins to fade here, just around the mid-point of the book. The illustrations begin to disappear. Whereas he shows Visual Studio .NET screen shots step by step, there a no corresponding screen shots for BizTalk or Webridge. He also gives up on trying to make Visio elements proportionate in his illustrations, and the effect is sophomoric. In terms of focus, the latter half of the book seems to be a collection of management/project tomes we have all seen and heard before, and appear disjointed from the very technically oriented first half of the book. His attempted metaphorical humor becomes wearing here with phrases like: "To make an omelet, the eggs can't be isolated", as one cliché is piled on top of another. Although I agree with the author that managers are doomed to extinction if they have no technical skills, I'm a not sure even managers would get much out of this book, since it does not seem to know what it really wants to be. Although my knowledge of .NET and B2B development is enriched, it would have been better if the first 100 pages were in a PDF document, because as a book, it doesn't work.
Dianaghma
This is the first of what promises to be a slew of new books coming out on "B2B Commerce with .NET".
Unfortunately, I found this book to be a very BIG disappointment. It is extremely general, has (at best) mediocre technical content, and its information is nearly useless. It offers no real information about B2B or .NET
The majority of the time I found the content poorly researched, superficial, or focused only on insignificant points. Clearly written in haste to catch the .NET bandwagon.