BizTalk 2013 Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach (2nd by Mark Beckner, Kishore Dharanikota

By Mark Beckner, Kishore Dharanikota

BizTalk 2013 Recipes offers ready-made recommendations to BizTalk Server 2013 builders. The recipes within the booklet prevent the hassle of constructing your individual ideas to universal difficulties which have been solved again and again over. The recommendations exhibit sound perform, the results of genuinely-earned knowledge by way of those that have long past before.

Presented in a step by step layout with transparent code examples and factors, the options in BizTalk 2013 Recipes assist you reap the benefits of new beneficial properties and deeper functions in BizTalk Server 2013. You’ll discover ways to combine your suggestions with the cloud, configure BizTalk on Azure, paintings with digital facts interchange (EDI), and installation the turning out to be diversity of adapters for integrating with the various structures and applied sciences that you'll encounter.

You’ll locate recipes masking the entire middle parts: schemas, maps, orchestrations, messaging and extra. BizTalk Server 2013 is Microsoft’s market-leading platform for orchestrating approach circulation throughout disparate purposes. BizTalk 2013 Recipes is your key to unlocking the entire strength of that platform.

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Send the document back into the MessageBox database. • Add a second filter expression to the existing send ports to subscribe based on the StateOfBirth and if the Age value is present. In summary, content-based routing is a typical scenario, and property schemas are used to extend the message context properties that come with BizTalk Server. 2-6. Importing Schemas Problem You would like to import an existing XML schema into another schema. Solution You can use the XSD Import method within the BizTalk Editor to reuse an existing common XML object structure within another, as opposed to manually creating an entire schema.

To change the name of the root node, right-click the node, and select Rename. 5. To add nodes, right-click a node, and select Insert Schema Nodes. Then select from the following options, as shown in Figure 2-3: • Child Record, to add a new record indented one level from the selected node • Child Field Attribute, to add a new attribute node indented one level from the selected node • Child Field Element, to add a new element node indented one level from the selected node • Sibling Record, to add a new record node at the same level of the selected node • Sibling Field Attribute, to add a new attribute node at the same level of the selected node • Sibling Field Element, to add a new element node at the same level of the selected node 39 Chapter 2 ■ Document Schemas Figure 2-3.

Figure 2-1. Adding an item from the Solution Explorer 38 Chapter 2 ■ Document Schemas 3. The Add New Item dialog box will appear, as shown in Figure 2-2. Select Schema as the type of item, type in a name for the item, and click OK. Figure 2-2. Add New Item dialog box 4. To change the name of the root node, right-click the node, and select Rename. 5. To add nodes, right-click a node, and select Insert Schema Nodes. Then select from the following options, as shown in Figure 2-3: • Child Record, to add a new record indented one level from the selected node • Child Field Attribute, to add a new attribute node indented one level from the selected node • Child Field Element, to add a new element node indented one level from the selected node • Sibling Record, to add a new record node at the same level of the selected node • Sibling Field Attribute, to add a new attribute node at the same level of the selected node • Sibling Field Element, to add a new element node at the same level of the selected node 39 Chapter 2 ■ Document Schemas Figure 2-3.

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