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You now need to create two physical send ports before you can bind your orchestration. 1. Right-click the Send Ports folder and select New Static One-Way Send Port. 2. Change the name of the new send port to acmeReplenishmentSendPort. 3. Change the Transport Type setting to File, and then click the Configure button (you could almost do this in your sleep by now).
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4. In the File Transport Properties dialog box, click the Browse button and find the replenishment folder that you created earlier. 5. You won t be assembling the outgoing file to a .csv file as you did in 9, so leave the file name as set by default. Your transport settings should be as shown in Figure 10-14.
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Figure 10-14. Replenishment folder added to the send port 6. Click OK to return to the Send Port Properties dialog box. You ll leave the send pipeline as PassThruTransmit, since you re not going to reassemble the individual product files at this time. Also note that you won t create any send port filters for this example. Because you re relying on the orchestration to subscribe and publish the messages, the filters are not necessary for this to work. 7. Click OK in the Send Port Properties dialog box to accept your configuration and return to the Administration Console. 8. Find your new send port and start the port by right-clicking and selecting Start. Your port should be started and ready, as shown in Figure 10-15.
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Figure 10-15. Starting the replenishment send port 9. You still have one more port to configure: the discontinued send port. Right-click the Send Ports folder and select New Static One-Way Send Port.
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10. Change the name of the new send port to acmeDiscontinuedSendPort. 11. Change the Transport Type setting to File, and then click the Configure button (it s almost robotic at this point). 12. In the File Transport Properties dialog box, click the Browse button and find the discontinued folder that you created earlier. 13. Click OK to accept the transport settings. 14. You won t need a custom pipeline, so you ll leave the default PassThruTransmit in place. As before, you won t assign any filters to this port. Your send port properties should be as shown in Figure 10-16.
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Figure 10-16. Adding the discontinued send port 15. Back in the console application, you ll notice that this port also needs to be started. Right-click the new port and select Start.
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You ve created all of the necessary ports for the input and output of your physical message files. Now you need to bind them to the orchestration. 1. Click the Orchestrations folder so that you can view your stopped orchestration. 2. Right-click the orchestration and select Properties. 3. Click the Bindings option in the left panel.
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4. Change the Host setting to BizTalkServerApplication. 5. Under Receive Ports, change the <none> to the receive port that you created earlier, acmeFlatFileReceivePort. 6. For the ReplenishmentSendPort, change the send port from <none> to acmeReplenishmentSendPort. 7. Similarly, change the send port for the DiscontinuedSendPort from <none> to acmeDiscontinuedSendPort. Your orchestration bindings should look like Figure 10-17.
Figure 10-17. Binding the orchestration ports 8. Right-click the orchestration and select Start. The orchestration will now bind to the appropriate ports and set its status to Started. 9. And now for the moment of truth! Find the acmeProducts.csv file that you ve used and drop it into the incoming folder. After a moment or two, the orchestration will process your messages and should dump three files into the replenishment folder and a single file into the discontinued folder. If you open the lone file in the discontinued folder, you will see that, yes, indeed, the ProductQuantity is equal to zero, as shown in Figure 10-18. You ve successfully fulfilled all of the application s initial requirements, having routed the product files according to their distinguished field, ProductQuantity.
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