Posted by: techsavygal | July 11, 2007

PRESTO Starter Kit for Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 R2 is available!

The PRESTO Adapters Starter Kit is intended for architects, developers or anyone who are interested in consuming or exposing services that “communicate” with PRESTO from the Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 R2 exchange platform. Whatever the role people are going to play, the adapters provided as part of the PRESTO Adapters Starter Kit are intended to be interoperable with other implementations that conform to the publicly published PRESTO specifications. In this release, all the adapters are written in the C# language.

The “PRotocole d’Echanges Standard et Ouvert” (aka PRESTO) specification published by the DGME (Direction Générale pour la Modernisation de l’Etat – Service pour le Développement de l’Administration Electronique) aims at providing a generic message exchange layer for exchanging potentially any eGovernement messages in the context of the ADELE initiative (http://www.adele.gouv.fr). The PRESTO protocol is a secure and reliable transport protocol that aims at providing a generic message exchange layer for exchanging potentially any e-gov messages in the context of the ADELE program for the eAdministration in France.

For more information on the ADELE program, click here.
For more information on the PRESTO protocol, click here.

To achieve the aforementioned design objectives, the PRESTO protocol is built on the foundation and promises of the WS-* (STAR, which stands for Secured, Transacted, Asynchronous and Reliable) stack. For an understanding of the WS-* stack and how the different specifications compose with each other, click here
 

Interestingly , this protocol will now be effectively used in European Union Nations such as Germany, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, etc.

You can download this kit from here.

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