By Mark Beckner, Kishore Dharanikota
BizTalk 2013 Recipes presents ready-made suggestions to BizTalk Server 2013 builders. The recipes within the publication prevent the hassle of constructing your individual strategies to universal difficulties which have been solved again and again over. The options reveal sound perform, the results of genuinely-earned knowledge by way of those that have long gone before.
Presented in a step by step layout with transparent code examples and motives, the ideas in BizTalk 2013 Recipes assist you reap the benefits of new positive aspects and deeper features in BizTalk Server 2013. You’ll discover ways to combine your ideas with the cloud, configure BizTalk on Azure, paintings with digital information interchange (EDI), and set up the starting to be diversity of adapters for integrating with different structures and applied sciences that you're going to encounter.
You’ll locate recipes masking the entire middle components: schemas, maps, orchestrations, messaging and extra. BizTalk Server 2013 is Microsoft’s market-leading platform for orchestrating approach movement throughout disparate functions. BizTalk 2013 Recipes is your key to unlocking the total energy of that platform.
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This chapter focuses on the capabilities of the BizTalk Editor tool. The BizTalk product team designed the Editor tool specifically for defining the structure of the information that flows through BizTalk. BizTalk calls these definitions schemas, and the BizTalk Editor creates them. For example, suppose a customer message flows through BizTalk. This message may contain customer demographic information such as occupation and gender, logistical information such as address, and information about the particular products of interest to the customer.
Create a File Send Port. ReceivePortName) and the Send Pipeline property to XMLTransmit. See Figure 2-18. Figure 2-18. Configuring the Send Port for Splitting c. Enlist the Send Port and enable the Receive Location. 13. Drop an instance of the Orders XML document on the File Receive Location. The split of the inbound Orders document will occur automatically in the pipelines. ■■Note You can create a sample instance to work from by right-clicking the OrderEnvelope schema and selecting Generate Instance.
Version] where Company Name is your company name, Project is the name of the project, Schema is the name of the schema, and Version is the version number of the schema. ■■Note “EDI” should not be used in the namespace of any project that uses the BizTalk EDI engine. During runtime, you may run into conflicts with this that will not allow your components to function as expected. 2-4. Promoting Properties Problem You have a scenario where you want to subscribe to a message differently based on the contents or context of the message, and you need to understand how BizTalk Server exposes this metadata.