Choose BizTalk Server Features and Components
Review this list of features and components before beginning your installation, and decide which ones you want to install.
Core documentation, tutorials, UI reference (F1 Help), programmer’s reference, and usage instructions for the SDK samples and utilities.
The essential runtime services for BizTalk Server.
BizTalk EDI/AS2 Runtime
Runtime services providing native support for Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) data exchange and Applicability Statement 2 (AS2) data transport messaging functionality.
Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Adapter Runtime
Adapters enabling BizTalk Server to communicate with WCF-based applications.
Portal components are a set of features used by the business analysts to communicate, collaborate, and reach decisions using business data.
Business Activity Monitoring
Also known as BAM, these are a set of features that gives business users a real-time view of their heterogeneous business processes, thereby enabling them to take important business decisions.
Administrative Tools and Monitoring
Components necessary to administer and monitor BizTalk Server on both the local computer and a remote server.
Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Administration Tools
Selecting this feature installs the administrative services for WCF components.
Developer Tools and SDK
Samples and utilities that enable rapid creation of BizTalk Server 2013 R2 solutions. This includes SDK samples and supporting documentation, schema and map designers, and Visual Studio project templates.
Enterprise Single Sign-On (SSO) Administration Module
The interface for managing SSO Affiliate Applications and their mappings.
Enterprise Single Sign-On Master Secret Server
The SSO server that stores the master secret. All other SSO servers in the system get the master secret from this server. The Master Secret Server is required in a BizTalk Server environment.
Business Rules Components
Used for composing policies to be consumed by the Business Rules Engine.
Provides communication between the BizTalk Adapter for MQSeries and MQSeries Server for Windows.
Windows SharePoint Services Adapter Web Service
Deprecated. Using an IIS web service installed on the SharePoint Services computer, the SharePoint Services adapter processes incoming and outgoing documents through Microsoft SharePoint.
Recommendation: Do not install. By default, BizTalk Server uses the SharePoint Client Side Object Model (CSOM) Redistributable automatically installed on the BizTalk Server; as described at Appendix B: Install the Microsoft SharePoint Adapter.
BAM Alert Provider
Configures BAM Alerts.
When using BAM Alerts with SQL Server 2014 or SQL Server 2012 SP1, you must configure the Database Mail feature. SQL Server Notification Services cannot be used.
Client-side software enabling business users to work with BAM.
Interceptors for Windows Workflow Foundation and Windows Communication Foundation. Also includes the BAM Event API, which sends events to the BAM database from custom applications.
Project Build Component
A tool that enables you to build BizTalk Server solutions without using Visual Studio.