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In most BTS processes, there is a relationship between the input schema and the output schema. In this exercise, the response schema is a superset of the request schema. The response schema adds a Status field to the existing Date and Quantity fields of the request schema. Because there is a relationship between the two schemas, we can create a map that acts as a transformation to convert the incoming request schema to a response schema. Follow these steps to create the schema map: 1. In Visual Studio .NET, select Project Add New Item from the main menu. 2. In the Add New Item dialog, select Map from the Templates list. 3. Name the new map Map_Request_Response.btm. 4. Click the Open button to open the BizTalk Mapper. 5. In the BizTalk Mapper, click the Open Source Schema link. 6. In the BizTalk Type Picker dialog, expand the Schemas folder, select BTS_Pen_Request.Schema_Request_Pen, and click the OK button. 7. In the BizTalk Mapper, click the Open Destination Schema link. 8. In the BizTalk Type Picker dialog, expand the Schemas folder, select BTS_Pen_Request.Schema_Response_Pen, and click the OK button. 9. In the BizTalk Mapper, expand both schemas so you can see all the nodes. 10. Drag the Date node from the Request schema and drop it on the Date node in the Response schema. 11. Drag the Quantity node from the Request schema and drop it on the Quantity node in the Response schema. 12. Select View Toolbox from the main menu. 13. In the Visual Studio .NET toolbox, click the Date/Time Functoids palette. 14. Drag the Date and Time functoid from the Date/Time Functoids palette onto the grid between the schemas in the Mapper. 15. Drag a line from the Date/Time functoid to the Status node in the Response schema to initialize this node with the current data and time. 16. Save the map. 17. In the solution explorer, right-click the file Map_Request_Response.btm and select Validate Map from the context menu. Figure 7-15 shows how the final map should appear.
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Figure 7-15. The schema map
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Once the schemas for the process are defined, you must create a set of InfoPath forms that conform to these schemas. Using the schemas as a basis for the InfoPath forms allows you to create rich documents that can be stored in WSS Document Libraries and subsequently processed by a BTS orchestration. In this section, you will create InfoPath form templates and publish them to WSS libraries.
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During the BTS installation process described earlier, you created a test site for use with this chapter. For this exercise, you will create a subsite under the master site for processing the InfoPath forms. This site will be empty except for the form libraries, which will be added when the InfoPath forms are published. Follow these steps to create the WSS subsite: 1. Navigate to the TestBizTalk site you created earlier. 2. On the home page, click the Create link. 3. On the Create page, click the Sites and Workspaces link to create a new subsite. 4. Name the new subsite Pen Request and give it an appropriate URL. 5. Click the Create button. 6. On the Template Selection page, select to create a Blank Site and click the OK button.
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The pen request form is an InfoPath form based on the Schema_Request_Pen.xsd schema. You will create this form by referencing the schema and using the form development tools in InfoPath. Once the form is created, it will be published to the WSS site.
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Follow these steps to create the pen request form: 1. In Microsoft InfoPath 2003, select File Design a Form. 2. In the Design a Form task pane, click the New from XML Document or Schema link. 3. In the Data Source Setup Wizard, select the XML Schema or XML Data File option and click the Next button. 4. On the next screen, click the Browse button. 5. In the Open dialog, navigate to the Schema_Request_Pen.xsd file and select it. 6. Click the Open button. 7. In the Data Source Setup Wizard, click the Next button and then click the Finish button. 8. In the InfoPath task pane, click the Layout link. 9. In the Layout task pane, double-click the Table with Title layout in the Insert Layout Tables list. 10. When the table is added to the form, click the area marked Click to Add Title. 11. Change the table title to Pen Request. 12. Click in the content area of the form to prepare to add fields. 13. In the InfoPath task pane, click the Data Source link. 14. In the Data Source task pane, right-click the Date node and select More from the context menu. 15. In the Select a Control dialog box, double-click the Date Picker control. 16. In the Data Source task pane, right-click the Quantity node and select Text Box from the context menu. 17. Once the fields are added to the form, select File Publish from the main menu. 18. When the Publishing Wizard starts, click the Next button. 19. On the next screen, select to publish the form to a SharePoint Form Library and click the Next button. 20. On the next screen, select to create a new form library and click the Next button. 21. On the next screen, enter the address of the subsite you created earlier for this project and click the Next button. 22. On the next screen, name the new form library Submitted and click the Next button. 23. On the next screen, click the Add button. 24. Add the Date and Quantity fields as column names to the SharePoint site. 25. Click the Finish button to publish the form. 26. Click the Close button to complete the wizard.
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