BizTalk 2013 Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach (Expert's Voice in BizTalk)

BizTalk 2013 Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach (Expert's Voice in BizTalk)

Mark Beckner, Kishore Dharanikota

Language: English

Pages: 688

ISBN: 1430263733

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

BizTalk 2013 Recipes provides ready-made solutions to BizTalk Server 2013 developers. The recipes in the book save you the effort of developing your own solutions to common problems that have been solved many times over. The solutions demonstrate sound practice, the result of hard-earned wisdom by those who have gone before.

Presented in a step-by-step format with clear code examples and explanations, the solutions in BizTalk 2013 Recipes help you take advantage of new features and deeper capabilities in BizTalk Server 2013. You’ll learn to integrate your solutions with the cloud, configure BizTalk on Azure, work with electronic data interchange (EDI), and deploy the growing range of adapters for integrating with the different systems and technologies that you will encounter.

You’ll find recipes covering all the core areas: schemas, maps, orchestrations, messaging and more. BizTalk Server 2013 is Microsoft’s market-leading platform for orchestrating process flow across disparate applications. BizTalk 2013 Recipes is your key to unlocking the full power of that platform.











namespace designation is different. By default, the BizTalk Editor will set the namespace of a schema to http://[solution].[schema], where solution refers to the name of the solution file and schema refers to the name of the schema file. This default namespace designation may be modified as follows: 1. Open the project that contains the schema. 2. Double-click the schema to open it. 3. Select the node. 4. Right-click and select Properties. 5. Modify the

Recipe 2-5, which describes how to create a property schema. In addition to instance-specific data fields, a number of system- or exchange-specific properties are automatically promoted by BizTalk Server. A description of these exchange-specific properties, and the fundamental difference between them and instance-specific properties, is provided in the following “How It Works” section. All properties that have been promoted, regardless of whether they are associated with a specific instance or

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144 Chapter 3 ■ Document Mapping [Serializable] public class EncodeFunctoid : BaseFunctoid { public EncodeFunctoid() : base() { //Custom functoids should begin with 6000 or higher this.ID = 6667;   // resource assembly reference SetupResourceAssembly ("SampleCustomFunctoid.SampleCustomFunctoidResource", Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly());   //Set the properties for this functoid

Template Example Default Company ID Default Company Name 1 S. Brekalo Acupuncturist 33 174 Chapter 3 ■ Document Mapping How It Works Calling an XSLT template is very similar to using inline XSLT. The main difference is the way in which values within the source document are passed and accessed. With inline XSLT, node values in the source document are accessed

file format. 37 Chapter 2 ■ Document Schemas 2-1. Creating Simple Document Schemas Problem As part of your business process or messaging solution, you need to create an XML schema from scratch. You can’t generate a schema based off of an existing XML document, as this schema represents data that has not been modeled before. Solution The following steps outline how to create a simple schema and add it to your BizTalk project. 1. Open an existing project or create a new project in Visual

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