Using the Asynchronous Event Processing Model
Asynchronous event processing is intended for scenarios where user code must execute on the delivery of an event. Actions such as filtering, aggregating, transforming, and alerting are common examples of business logic that execute on receiving an event. Practically, this refers to designing and implementing one or more event handlers, and placing them in an BizTalk RFID process.
This section describes the different ways you can use asynchronous event processing in your BizTalk RFID application.