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Figure 6 28. Selecting the Schema from the Deployed Project
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Note BizTalk uses the root element name and the namespace to route the inbound XML file. If the root element
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name and the namespace do not match the root element name and namespace of the SQLService.xsd file you created in the BizTalk solution, you will receive document routing errors and suspended messages when BizTalk tries to route the message from the SQL receive adapter.
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Bind the deployed orchestration to the newly created send and receive ports.
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Figure 6 29. Viewing the completed SQL Transport Properties dialog box
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Task 4: Test the Solution
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Your final task is to test your solution. Here are the steps to follow: 1. Modify and recompile the CustomerToBizTalk stored procedure. Remove the XMLDATA clause in the FOR XML AUTO statement and recompile it. The resulting stored procedure should resemble Listing 6 8.
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Listing 6 8. Revised Select Statement /*Return records to caller*/ Select CustomerID , CustomerName , Address , City , Region , PostalCode , RecordStatus from #TempCustomer as Customer FOR XML AUTO, Elements 2. Start your orchestration and SQL receive port, and validate that a single XML file is created for each customer in your Customer table with the RecordStatus of 1. Also verify that the records in the Customer table have had their status set to 0 indicating that BizTalk has consumed the record. The resulting XML file should resemble Listing 6 9.
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Listing 6 9. Customer Sample XML < xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-16" > <Customer_Response xmlns="http://SQLReceiveAdapter"> <Customer> <CustomerID>1</CustomerID> <CustomerName>Shauna Marie</CustomerName> <Address>9515 S Wally St</Address> <City>Bellevue</City> <Region>WA</Region> <PostalCode>98004</PostalCode> <RecordStatus>1</RecordStatus> </Customer> </Customer_Response>
How It Works
Retrieving records via the SQL receive adapter is extremely useful and powerful when coupled with the use of stored procedures. Implementing the SQL receive adapter requires configuring and managing how records are retrieved from SQL. This recipe outlined how to use a stored procedure that selects records in a temporary table, updates the status of the individual record in the SQL table, and then returns the records to the SQL adapter. Additionally, this sample demonstrated how to use the FOR XML AUTO clause within a stored procedure.
Stored Procedure Configuration
The SQL receive adapter operates on the polling principle of retrieving records. The adapter will call the stored procedure on a configurable interval to retrieve records. However, the adapter does not maintain the state of which records it has consumed. Therefore, any stored procedure that the SQL receive adapter executes must maintain a level of state identifying the processed records. If you examine the stored procedure listed previously, you will notice that there is a RecordStatus column that is updated to 0 when the records are polled. You have many options for determining unprocessed records. For example, you can use the status flag, physically remove the record from the database, use the date range, and so on. If the stored procedure does not maintain state, BizTalk will continue consuming the same data. In addition to maintaining state within the stored procedure, if you are returning a result via a select statement, then you must specify the FOR XML AUTO, XMLDATA clause for generating the SQLService.xsd schema. As explained, the XML AUTO clause instructs SQL Server to return the result set as XML, and the XMLDATA clause instructs SQL Server to return the schema layout for the returned result set. The SQL service adapter officially supports using the FOR XML AUTO clause. You can also use the FOR XML Explicit clause, but it is not officially supported and should be used with care. Using FOR XML Explicit eliminates using the Add Generated Items Wizard to automatically generate the SQLService schema. However, you can create the SQLService schema manually. One benefit to using FOR XML Explicit over FOR XML AUTO is the greater level of control in the resulting XML structure that is returned to BizTalk. If you have a complicated XML message structure that is comprised of data from multiple tables, you can format the result set in the correct XML structure via the FOR XML Explicit clause. The select statement in Listing 6 10 demonstrates how to use the FOR XML Explicit clause.
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