INFO: What Are the Differences Between the Different Editions of BizTalk Server?

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Microsoft BizTalk Server 2002 is available in four editions that have different pricing and licensing to meet the needs of various customers. The table in the "More Information" section of this article summarizes the differences between these editions.
+------------+----------------------------+------------+----------------+|            | Number of Trading Partners | Supports   | Number of      |   | Edition    | and Applications supported | Clustering | CPUs supported |+------------+----------------------------+------------+----------------+|            | Unlimited Trading Partners |            |                || Enterprise | and Applications           | Yes        | Unlimited      |+------------+----------------------------+------------+----------------+|            | 10 Trading Partners,       |            |                || Standard   |  5 Applications            | No         | 1              |+------------+----------------------------+------------+----------------+|            |  2 Trading Partners,       |            |                || Partner    |  2 Applications            | No         | 1              |+------------+----------------------------+------------+----------------+|            | Unlimited Trading Partners |            |                || Developer  | and Applications           | Yes        | Unlimited      |+------------+----------------------------+------------+----------------+				
NOTE: The Trading Partner limitation described in this table is enforced by the physical number of organization objects that you can create by using BizTalk Server.

All BizTalk Server 2002 editions have the same core feature set. The editions differ in the number of trading partners that are permitted, the number of applications that can be integrated, scalability, reliability and performance.

All editions of Microsoft BizTalk Server 2002 are available in the English, Japanese, German, and French languages.

The Partner Edition of BizTalk Server 2002 supports the installation of its required databases on the Microsoft SQL Server Desktop Engine (also known as MSDE 2000) and Microsoft SQL Server. The SQL Server Desktop Engine is included with the Microsoft BizTalk Server 2002 Partner Edition distribution media.

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Microsoft BizTalk Server 2002 Standard Edition

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