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The structure of a message from a source system you are integrating with contains multiple repeating record types. You must map each of these record types into one record type in the destination system. In order for the message to be imported into the destination system, a transformation must be applied to the source document to consolidate, or standardize, the message structure.
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Create a map that utilizes the BizTalk Server Looping functoid, by taking the following steps: 1. Click the Toolbox, and then click the Advanced Functoids tab. On the map surface, between the source and destination schemas, drag and drop a Looping functoid. This functoid accepts 1 to 100 repeating source records (or data elements) as its input parameters. The return value is a reference to a single repeating record or data element in the destination schema. Connect the left side of the Looping functoid to the multiple repeating source data elements that need to be consolidated. Connect the right side of the Looping functoid to the repeating destination data element that contains the standardized data structure.
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How It Works
An example of a map that uses the Looping functoid is shown in Figure 3 35.
Figure 3 35. Using the Looping functoid
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In this example, multiple types of plane flight reservations are consolidated into a single list of records capturing passengers and their associated seats. The XML snippet in Listing 3 16 represents one possible instance of the source schema. Listing 3 16. Source Schema Instance for the Looping Functoid Example <ns0:PassengerReservations xmlns:ns0="http://LoopingFunctoid.PassengerReservations"> <FlightNumber>666</FlightNumber> <OnlineReservation> <Name>Lucifer Smith</Name> <Seat>13A</Seat> <Website>www.greatdeals.com</Website> <Confirmed>True</Confirmed> </OnlineReservation> <OnlineReservation> <Name>Beelzebub Walker, Jr.</Name> <Seat>13B</Seat> <Website>www.hellofadeal.com</Website> <Confirmed>False</Confirmed> </OnlineReservation> <TravelAgentReservation> <PassengerName>Jim Diablo</PassengerName> <Seat>13C</Seat> <AgentName>Sunny Rodriguez</AgentName> </TravelAgentReservation> <AirlineReservation> <Name>Imin Trouble</Name> <Seat>13D</Seat> <BookingDesk>Chicago</BookingDesk> </AirlineReservation> </ns0:PassengerReservations> Based on this source XML, the looping map displayed in Figure 3 35 will produce the XML document shown in Listing 3 17, containing a single passenger seat assignment list. Listing 3 17. Destination Schema Instance for the Looping Functoid Example <ns0:Manifest FlightNumber="666" xmlns:ns0="http://LoopingFunctoid.Manifest"> <Passenger Name="Lucifer Smith" SeatNumber="13A" /> <Passenger Name="Beelzebub Walker, Jr." SeatNumber="13B" /> <Passenger Name="Jim Diablo" SeatNumber="13C" /> <Passenger Name="Imin Trouble" SeatNumber="13D" /> </ns0:Manifest> This example displays a simplistic but useful scenario in which the Looping functoid can be used. Essentially, this functoid iterates over the specified repeating source records (all those with a link to the left side of the functoid), similar to the For...Each structure in coding languages, and maps the desired elements to a single repeating record type in the destination schema.
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Note The four source records in the XML instance (the two OnlineReservations records, the one
TravelAgentReservation record, and the one AirlineReservation record) produced four records in the output
XML. If the source instance had contained five records, the resulting output XML document would also contain five records.
Based on this simple principle, you can develop much more complex mappings via the Looping functoid. One example of a more advanced use of the Looping functoid is conditional looping. This technique involves filtering which source records actually create destination records in the resulting XML document. The filtering is done by adding a logical functoid to the map, which produces a true or false Boolean value based on the logic. Common examples of filtering are based on elements that indicate a certain type of source record, or numeric elements that posses a certain minimum or maximum value. The previous flight reservation example can be extended to implement conditional looping, in order to map only those online reservations that have been confirmed. This can be accomplished via the following steps: 1. Click the Toolbox, and click the Logical Functoids tab. On the map surface, in between the source and destination schemas, drag and drop a logical Equal functoid. This functoid accepts two input parameters, which are checked for equality. The return value is a Boolean true or false. Specify the second input parameter for the logical Equal functoid as a constant with a value of True. Connect the left side of the logical Equal functoid to the data element whose value is the key input for the required decision (Confirmed in the OnlineReservation node, in this case) logic. Connect the right side of the logical Equal functoid to the element in the destination schema containing the repeating destination data element that contains the standardized data structure.
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