How to install a BizTalk 2013 Beta development environment

November 12, 2012 at 12:03 pm Leave a comment

Last Tuesday the BizTalk Server Team announced the release of Microsoft BizTalk Server 2013 Beta, formerly known as Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010 R2. If you are a BizTalk professional as I am, you surely would be very excited to get your hands on the software bits.

In this post I’ll explain to you how to build a BizTalk 2013 Beta x64 development environment so you could begin to experiment with the product.

Install Microsoft Windows Server 2012

This is pretty straight forward, just like Windows 2008 and 2008 R2. You can follow the instructions detailed here.

Install IIS 8.0

1) In the Server Manager Dashboard select Add roles and features

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2) Click Next in the welcome window.

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3) Select Role-based or feature-based as Installation Type and click Next

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4) Select your current server and click Next

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5) Select the Web Server (IIS) role

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6) Confirm the features required by clicking Add Features

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7) Select the Application Server role and click Next

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8) In Features select .NET Framework 3.5 Features. Microsoft SQL Server 2012 requires the .NET Framework 3.5 assemblies so you will need to have them already installed later in the setup process.

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9) In Application Server click Next

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10) Select the following role services:

  • .NET Framework 4.5
  • Distributed Transactions
  • Web Server (IIS) Support
  • Windows Process Activation Support

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11) Click Add Features for each requirements as needed.

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12) Select Create a self-signed certificate as an option for the WS-AT encryption. You can install the certificate once Microsoft BizTalk Server 2013 Beta has been installed.

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13) In the Web Server Role (IIS) window click Next.

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14) Leave the default role services and click Next.

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15) Review the installation selections and click Install.

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16) Once the wizard has finished click Close.

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Install Microsoft Excel 2013

1) Accept the license terms and Click Continue.

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2) Click on Costumize

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3) Select only Microsoft Excel and Microsoft InfoPath. You can also install the full Microsoft Office 2013 suite if you like to.

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4) Wait for the installation process to end.

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5) Once the installation has been finished click Close.

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Install Visual Studio 2012

1) Agree to the license terms and click Next

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2) Confirm the optional features to install and click Install.

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3) Wait for the installation process to end.

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4) Once the installation process has finished close the Wizard.

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Install Microsoft SQL Server 2012

1) In SQL Server Installation Center click Installation

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2) Click on New SQL Server stand-alone installation or add features to an existing installation.

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3) Wait for the Setup Support Rules to be validated and click OK

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4) Enter your product key and click Next.

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5) Agree to the license terms and click Next.

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6) Let the installation wizard check for product updates and click Next.

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7) Once the setup files had been installed click on Ok in the computer restart confirmation window.

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8) Make sure there are not critical errors in the Setup Support Rules and click Next.

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9) In Setup Role select SQL Server Feature Installation and click Next.

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10) Select the following features and click Next.

  • Database Engine Services
    • SQL Server Replication
    • Full-text and Semantic Extractions for Search
  • Analysis Services
  • Reporting Services – Native
  • Client Tools Connectivity
  • Integration Services
  • Management Tools – Basic
    • Management Tools – Complete

As this is a development environment you should consider installing also the Documentation Components.

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11) Validate the Installation Rules summary and click Next.

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12) Select Default instance in Instance Configuration and click next.

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13) Review the Disk Space Requirements and click Next.

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14) Enter the proper account information for each SQL Service instance and click Next.

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15) In Database Engine Configuration leave de default values and click on Add Current User, then click next.

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16) Enter the account information for the Analysis Services administration role and click Next.

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17) In Reporting Services Configuration select Install and configure and click Next.

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18) In Error Reporting click Next.

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19) Review the Installation Configuration Rules summary and click Next.

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20) Review the features to be installed and click Install.

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21) Once the installation has finished click Close.

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Install SQL Server 2012 SP1

1) Download and install the Microsoft SQL Server 2012 SP1.

Disable Shared Memory

1) In the Start Screen click on SQL Server Configuration Manager

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2) Expand SQL Server Network Configuration and click Protocols for MSSQLSERVER. Disable Shared Memory

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Install SharePoint Foundation 2013

1) Download and run the SharePoint Foundation 2013 installation file.

2) Click on Install software prerequisites.

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3) In the welcome window click Next.

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4) Accept the license terms and click Next.

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5) Once the installation is completed click on Finish.

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Install SharePoint Foundation

1) Click on Install SharePoint Foundation.

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2) Accept the license terms and click Continue.

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3) Select Complete as Server Type and click Install Now.

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4) If your computer is running stand alone, once the installation is completed don’t run the SharePoint Product Configuration Wizard.

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5) In the Start Screen click on SharePoint 2013 Management Shell

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6) Run the New-SPConfigurationDatabase cmdlet and enter the proper values.

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7) In the Start Screen launch the SharePoint 2013 Products Configuration Wizard.

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8) In the welcome window click Next.

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9) Select Do not disconnect from this server farm and click Next.

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10) In the Central Administration Web Application configuration window leave the default values and click Next.

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11) Review the configuration information and click Next.

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12) Once the configuration has finished click Finish.

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13) In the Initial Farm Configuration Wizard click OK.

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14) Start the wizard.

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15) Enter the service account and services to install information and click Next.

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16) Enter the initial site collection information and click OK.

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17) Once the process has been completed Close the Farm Configuration Wizard.

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Install Microsoft BizTalk 2013 Beta

1) Download and run the Microsoft BizTalk 2013 installation file.

2) Download the prerequisites CAB file.

3) Click on Install Microsoft BizTalk Server 2013 Beta

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4) Accept the default product key and click Next.

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5) Accept the license agreement and click Next.

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6) In Customer Experience Improvement Program select to participate or not and click Next.

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7) Select the following additional components and click Next:

  • Enterprise Single Sign-On Administration
  • Enterprise Single Sign-On Master Secret
  • Developer Tools and SDK
  • Documentation
  • Server Runtime
    • BizTalk EDI/AS2 Runtime
    • Windows Communication Foundation Adapter
  • Administration Tools and Monitoring
    • Windows Communication Foundation Administration Tools
  • Additional Software

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8) Select the prerequisites file previously downloaded and click Next.

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9) Review the installation summary and click Install.

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10) Enable Microsoft Update and click Next.

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12) Once the installation is finished click Finish.

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At this point you are now ready to configure your BizTalk installation just like you would do in BizTalk 2010.

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In my development environment I’ve tested all the common adapters and they work just fine, event with SharePoint 2013. I’ll be conducting more tests with other adapters like SAP and Azure and I’ll keep you posted on my findings.

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