1. Make sure you have a viable BizTalk Environment with BAM Tools
2. Install UDDI form BizTalk DVD and make sure it is configured properly
3. Install MS Enterprise Library 4.1
4. Install Microsoft Chart Controls for .Net 3.5
5. Install Visual Studio 2008 SDK
6. Install the MS BizTalk ESB Toolkit 2.0
7. Run the ESB configuration tool located “C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft BizTalk ESB Toolkit 2.0\Bin\ESBConfigurationTool.exe”
8. Now start configuration of the ESB toolkit which is a little bit tricky, you have to set the properties for each section and apply it before you can proceed to the next section. Unlike configuring BizTalk were you can set all section and click apply once.
9. Start by configuring the Exception Management database make sure that there are no errors in red if there are then delete the database from the SQL server correct the errors and reapply. Not that the ESConfigurationTool is non transactional which means it would not create everything or nothing it can create the database but no table or stored procedures which would cause you a headache later on to figure out why the ESB toolkit is not working properly
10. Then configure the Exception Management Services.
11. Configure the Itinerary database make sure that there are no errors in red if there are then delete the database from the SQL server correct the errors and reapply.
12. Configure the core web services.
13. From BizTalk Administaror Import the ESB Application which is in “Microsoft.Practices.ESB.CORE64.msi”.
14. Start Visual Studio command prompt as Administrator
a. Run ServiceModelReg –I located in “C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v3.0\Windows Communication Foundation”
b. Run iisReset