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At their core, pipelines are responsible for moving messages to and from the BizTalk message box, as shown in Figure 9-1.
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Figure 9-1. A few of the components in the messaging process
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In 8, you saw that you can implement pipelines in two directional locations: receive locations and send ports. Each is composed of multiple stages, within which you have the chance to modify the messages being delivered in either direction. A key selling point for BizTalk Server is the idea that you can throw just about any data format into the mix, and a savvy developer will be able to design an acceptable method of processing for the inbound file. As we ve discussed previously, all messages coming into the system need to be translated into an internal XML format. The beauty of BizTalk is that we re able to accomplish that without a ton of coding. The individual stages allow distinct modifications to the incoming or outgoing messages.
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Four stages form a complete receive pipeline: Decode: This stage takes in an encrypted message and outputs plain text, for processing. For example, S/MIME decoding would take place during the Decode stage. Disassemble: On occasion, messages may be packaged, as is the case with the sample application for this chapter. You will have a CSV file with a list of products wrapped into one file, and you will need to have this product disassembled into individual product files. The Disassemble stage will provide a flat file disassembler that will parse the incoming file and prepare it for delivery to the BizTalk message box as individual XML units. Validate: It may be in your best interest to validate those disassembled messages (or any message for that matter), and you ll perform that action in the Validate stage. Any validating components that you have will be run against every message in the process and in this process only. Resolve Party: The last stage in the pipeline accomplishes a single, basic task: populating the SourcePartyID property based on the original sender of the message passing through the pipeline. The property is populated based on the ability of BizTalk to validate the sending certificate or security identifier (SID). Each of these individual components has a unique set of toolbox options associated with it. If the stock tools are not sufficient for your application, you can create .NET or COM components that can be implemented via the pipeline stages, for both receive and send pipelines. Figure 9-2 demonstrates the relationship between the receive pipeline stages and the representation within Visual Studio.
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Figure 9-2. Receive pipeline stages and tools
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A send pipeline has only three stages in which to prepare the outbound message: Preassemble: This stage prepares messages for the outbound process. If necessary, you can add customized code for this processing. Assemble: When BizTalk has finished processing your message, it will be outbound in XML format. However, you might not want the XML as your desired output. You could pack the data into a flat file for shipment to other business entities. Encode: As you would expect, you would encode your outbound message within this stage. In much the same way that you might decode S/MIME on the receive pipeline, you could encrypt with S/MIME as needed. As for the receive pipeline stages, BizTalk provides a set of tools for working with the send pipeline stages, as shown in Figure 9-3. You ll notice that there aren t any stock toolbox components that will operate within the Preassemble stage.
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Figure 9-3. Send pipeline stages and tools As interesting as these individual stages may be, it is far easier to comprehend the overall process when you put the components to work.
Building the Sample Pipeline Application
In this chapter s example, you will create a CSV file, parse it with your receive pipeline, and push it out as four individual CSV files. You will be using the flat file disassembler and assembler as you build the receive and send pipelines. Figure 9-4 illustrates the path that your file will take as it is being processed within the BizTalk environment.
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