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The final category of steps applies the tracking profile to the deployed BizTalk artifacts and allows you to save the tracking profile for deploying in other environments or making adjustments later.
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The activity tree typically lists the milestones and data items defined in an activity. However, you can also create four other types of items in the activity tree to further enrich your BAM solution. Table 11 14
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CHAPTER 11 BUSINESS ACTIVITY MONITORING
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outlines the items that are included as part of the deployed activity as well as the additional possible items available in the Tracking Profile Editor to help you map activity items to the solution artifacts. Table 11 14. Activity Tree Items
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Automatically created in the activity tree when defining a milestone within an activity. The stages are listed when an activity is loaded. Automatically created in the activity tree when defining a data item within an activity. The data items are listed when an activity is loaded Uniquely identifies the instance of an activity that has executed and is automatically included within the activity tree.
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NotesEditor Item Icon
Orchestration steps are mapped to this shape. Some orchestration steps cannot be mapped to this shape including Termination shapes and any steps included within a Loop shape. You can specify data items from messages in orchestrations or pipelines. Additionally, you can specify context property information for those messages. This value can be user generated and identified from a message. However, the field must be unique, because it is a key in a SQL Server table. If no value is mapped in the Tracking Profile Editor, BAM will automatically generate this value. Used in conjunction with ContinuationID to allow multiple components to populate the same activity. For example, if Orchestration A depends on Orchestration B and both contribute data to the same activity, then a continuation folder would be created and mapped to a data item in Orchestration A that is carried over to Orchestration B. ContinuationID is mapped to the data item in Orchestration B that was passed from Orchestration A. Relationships are especially useful in relating two activities for a single orchestration. For example, if you have an orchestration with a Loop shape, the orchestration and the Loop shape must be represented by separate activities. Via the relationship folder, you can create a relationship between the two activities. The file name can be mapped from either a schema value or a context property on the message.
Data Item
Activity ID
Continuation
Inserts a new continuation folder within the activity tree.
ContinuationID
Inserts a new continuation ID folder within the activity tree. Relationship folders are used to imply a relationship between one or more activities.
Relationship
Document Reference URL
Allows the linking of a document related to this instance of the activity.
CHAPTER 11 BUSINESS ACTIVITY MONITORING
Activity Continuation
Activity continuation is the process of taking multiple BizTalk physical artifacts and combining data from those artifacts into a single activity. Combining data is a useful option when a business process spans multiple BizTalk solution artifacts. Think of the process of creating an activity as defining a database table structure with multiple columns representing the containers for the business data and milestones. When a process executes, it creates a new row in the activity database table recording the data as mapped in the Tracking Profile Editor. Multiple BizTalk artifacts reporting data to the same activity results in multiple rows created in the activity database table. For those artifacts to contribute to a single row in the activity, you need a continuation between the artifacts indicating their relationship. A common business scenario where activity continuation is useful is the scenario of a life cycle of a purchase order. One company sends a purchase order to another company to purchase goods. The entity shipping the goods will typically send a shipment notice after receiving the purchase order. Additionally, the entity shipping the goods will usually send an invoice for payment of the shipped goods. Managing the sending a purchase order and the receipt of a shipment notice and invoice typically involves many BizTalk artifacts. However, it may be useful to have an end-to-end view of the purchase order life cycle (once issued to the receipt of an invoice) versus each artifact reporting independently. With activity continuation, all the artifacts involved in the life cycle of a purchase order can report information to a single activity, allowing for an end-to-end view of the purchase order life cycle. Consider the following example: Orchestration A processes a message and transmits that message to Orchestration B for processing. When Orchestration B is finished, it sends a response message back to Orchestration A. When Orchestration A receives the response from Orchestration B, it completes processing. Figure 11 37 demonstrates the sample relationship between Orchestration A and B.
Figure 11 37. Continuation sample Both Orchestration A and Orchestration B can be mapped to the sample activity. However, when the orchestrations execute, two data rows will be created in the activity table to record the information
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