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You would like to reference an XML schema in your BizTalk project, because you want to reuse an existing BizTalk artifact or prebuilt schema component.
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As an example, assume you have a simple Customer XML schema (CustomerSchema.dll) stored in an existing BizTalk project: <Customer> <FirstName> </FirstName> <LastName> </LastName> <MiddleInit> </MiddleInit> <Age></Age>
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CHAPTER 2 DOCUMENT SCHEMAS
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</Customer> To reference an existing schema, follow these steps: 1. 2. 3. Open your source project. Within the Solution Explorer, right-click the References tree node, and select Add Reference. Select the Projects tab in the Add References dialog box if the schema you are after is in the same project, or click the Browse tab, navigate to CustomerSchema.dll, and then click the OK button.
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You now have referenced CustomerSchema.dll and can use the inherent BizTalk artifacts in your current project. For example, suppose that you want to use the DLL in a new map within your current project. Follow these steps: 1. 2. Right-click the project, and select Add New Item. In the Add New Item dialog box, double-click Map. This opens a blank map with left and right panes where you can enter the source and destination schema, respectively. Click Open Source Schema in the left pane. In the BizTalk Type Picker dialog box, select the References tree node, and select the Client Schema reference. Select the Schemas node. Select the Customer schema.
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Referencing schemas gives you the ability to reuse and reference existing BizTalk artifacts, as you would normally reference other .NET artifacts. While this can be powerful, you should always keep in mind partitioning and change scenarios. For example, if you were to reference an existing deployed artifact, to make changes to the referenced artifact, you would need to remove the referenced artifact in the dependent project.
Note One of the most important things you can do is plan how to organize your BizTalk artifacts into separate
projects (and, in turn, assemblies). Intelligent namespacing is the first step, separating schemas into appropriate projects is the next. Since schemas are referenced by maps and by orchestrations, the map and orchestration artifacts often should be kept in their own, separate projects. Using small assemblies that have just a few artifacts is the ideal approach, as these are far more easy to update and redeploy than other methods of organization.
This example explored how to reference a schema artifact in another project. BizTalk also gives you the ability to reference schemas in Schema Import tasks. For information on how to import schema references, refer to Recipe 2 6.
CHAPTER 2 DOCUMENT SCHEMAS
2 8. Creating Envelopes to Split Inbound Data
Problem
You are receiving a message that contains multiple records in a batch fashion. In order to import this information into the appropriate systems, each record must be handled individually, as opposed to processing them all in a single batch.
Solution
Envelopes allow you to define a container schema that wraps a number of child schemas or subschemas. By defining which child records it contains, the envelope allows BizTalk Server to access the subrecords individually (a process commonly known as debatching) and process them as distinct messages. For this solution, it is assumed that the schema defining the child record has already been created (see Recipe 2 1 for how to create a schema). In this case, our child record schema is Order the incoming document contains one or more Orders, and we want to split these into individual orders using an envelope. To create an envelope schema, follow these steps: 1. 2. 3. Open the project that contains the child record schema. In this case, Order would be the child record. Right-click the project, and select Add New Item to open the Add New Item dialog box. Select Schema Files from the BizTalk Project Items category and Schema from the list of templates. Enter a descriptive name for your new schema and then click Add. In this case, OrderEnvelope will be used. Right-click the Root node of the new schema, and change it to the root name of the incoming schema containing the batch of records (OrderEnvelope in this example). Click the Schema node (directly above the newly renamed root node), and change the Envelope property of the schema to Yes (in the Properties window), as shown in Figure 2 14. Right-click the newly renamed root node, and select Insert Schema Node Child Record, Child Field Attribute, or Child Field Element, to add the appropriate envelope elements. In this example, a child field element named BatchID and a child record named Orders, which will contain the child records, are added. Right-click the record that will contain the child records (Orders in this example) and select Insert Schema Node Child Record to add a container for the child records. In this example, a child record named Order is added.
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