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BizTalk 2004 - How to create an XSD schema out of a sample XML
When the messages to be exchanged are “specified by example”, you might have the challenge of producing an XSD schema out of the sample XML-message. There is a quick solution for this in BizTalk 2004: Store the XML-message as file Open a new or existing BizTalk project, and choose “Add existing item“. Change the filter settings and folder so that the XML-file will become visible. Select it. Open the XML-file with BizTalk's default editor. On the editor screen, request the ......

Posted On Thursday, March 23, 2006 6:12 AM

BizTalk 2004 - Maps containing loop and other functoids in the same scope
General rule: when a segment or a group is mapped using the loop functoid, the underlying elements can not be mapped using functoids. A BizTalk map is executed right-to-left, i.e. based on the target message, the mapping engine applies the mapping rules as specified. This makes it necessary to use a loop-functoid in some cases. An element in the target message connected to an element in the source message via the loop-functoid will force the mapper to loop all source possible elements. This is great ......

Posted On Tuesday, March 14, 2006 5:57 AM

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