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Creating the Flat File Schema
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Now that you have a flat file, you re ready to try out the Flat File Schema Wizard.
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1. Start Visual Studio 2005. 2. Right-click the project name in the Solution Explorer and select Add Add New Item. 3. Select Schema Files in the left panel and Flat File Schema Wizard in the right panel. Name the file orderFlatFile.xsd, as shown in Figure 6-19. Click Add to continue.
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Figure 6-19. Selecting the Flat File Schema Wizard 4. The Welcome dialog box appears. Click Next to continue. 5. The Flat File Schema Information dialog box appears. Use the Browse button to locate your file. Set the Record Name to Orders, as shown in Figure 6-20. Accept the default settings for the Target Namespace and Code Page options. Click Next to continue.
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Figure 6-20. Supplying the flat file schema information
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6. Your next task is to select the actual text for which you would like to create a schema. In the current scenario, that would be all of it. Use your mouse to drag over all of the text to select it, as shown in Figure 6-21. Then click Next to continue.
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Figure 6-21. Selecting the appropriate text 7. The wizard asks how you would like to portion out your flat file. You have the option of using delimiters or relative positions as the segment separators. Select the delimiter option, as shown in Figure 6-22, and then click Next to continue.
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Figure 6-22. Selecting the record format
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8. You now need to specify the delimiter used in your text file. This step deals with how you differentiate between each data row. You used a carriage return/line feed (CR/LF) at the end of each line to terminate the row. So, in the Child Delimiter drop-down list, select {CR}{LF}, as shown in Figure 6-23. Then click Next.
Figure 6-23. Specifying the delimiter symbol
s Note I know that some of you noticed the Tag Identifier section of the Delimited Record dialog box and are anxiously awaiting some explanation. Suppose that you have a flat file that prefixes each row as shown in the following two code lines (they re spread across four lines here, to fit on the page, but we re talking about a pair of lines in a text editor):
_OrdJoe Smith,101 Nowhere Lane,Apt 123,Grand Rapids,Michigan,49503, Joe Smith,616-555-1212,29993933,1,39.99 _OrdBob Jones,3131 Crazy Road,,Flint,Michigan,49506, Martha Jones,810-555-2121,399959599,2,19.99
As you can see, there is an _Ord set of characters at the beginning of each row. With your tag identifier, you can let the wizard know right up front that you re interested in separating that particular information, rather than having it be included with the first segment (which, in this case, is the Name field).
9. You now need to tell the wizard which rows are repeating, as shown in Figure 6-24. Change the Element Name on the first row to something meaningful, like OrderDetail. Set the Element Type on the first row to Repeating Record.
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Figure 6-24. Specifying the row information 10. Because the other line item(s) are simply repeating the same format as the first, you need to set the Element Type to Ignore, as shown in Figure 6-25, so that BizTalk will simply skip that data when generating the schema. Remember that you re specifying the schema layout, and not dictating which data gets accepted or rejected. This process has nothing to do with the data as content, but rather the structure of the document as a whole. Click Next to continue.
Figure 6-25. Setting the repeating rows to Ignore
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11. BizTalk now recognizes that you have a record that is in need of further configuration, as shown in Figure 6-26. This will give you an opportunity to describe to the wizard how you would like to have each line item parsed. Highlight OrderDetail (if it is not already highlighted) and click Next to continue.
Figure 6-26. Further configuration needed 12. You re asked to specify the particular data again, as shown in Figure 6-27. Bear in mind that you re only interested in declaring schema information for a single line item, so select the first item (highlighted by default) and click Next to continue.
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