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Figure 3 42. Using the Time functoid
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CHAPTER 3 DOCUMENT MAPPING
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Based on the same source XML used in the preceding example, the map in Figure 3 42 will produce the XML document shown in Listing 3 24, with a time component included in the FundsAvailableDateTime element. Listing 3 24. Sample Output Instance for the Time Functoid Example <ns0:BankDeposit xmlns:ns0="http://Mapping.BankDeposit"> <TransactionSourceNumber>00111</TransactionSourceNumber> <Account>123456</Account> <Amount>100.00</Amount> <Currency>USD</Currency> <TransactionProcessingDateTime>2010-09-06T16:32:04</TransactionProcessingDateTime> <FundsAvailableDateTime>2010-09-07T16:32:05</FundsAvailableDateTime> </ns0:BankDeposit> One common challenge when dealing with datetime values is standardizing on a common format. This issue can be seen with dates adhering to the MM-DD-YYYY (common in the United States) or DDMM-YYYY (common in Europe and other areas) format. Unfortunately, BizTalk Server does not have any Date and Time functoids that do complex datetime formatting. There are a number of ways to handle this issue. The simplest way is to use string functoids provided with BizTalk Server to manipulate and standardize the order of year, month, and day values. Specifically, you can use String Extract functoids to pull out values within a date (in this scenario, you would pull out the DD, MM, and YYYY values in three separate String Extract functoids), and then a String Concatenate functoid to combine the individual values in the correct format (in this scenario, you would append the three values in an order of YYYYMM-DD). There are also more robust ways of implementing complex date/time formatting. One option is to use the Scripting functoid, which provides access to the libraries of C#, VB .NET, and JScript .NET (either via inline code embedded in the map, or by referencing external assemblies written in one of the .NETcompliant languages). Additionally, you could use a custom functoid (which would leverage the datetime functionality of a .NET language).
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3 16. Creating Functoid If-Then-Else Logic
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You need to map values from the source to the destination message depending on whether a logical condition evaluates to true or false.
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Define the logical condition that the mapping actions should be based on by dragging logical functoids from the toolbox onto the map surface. Any functoid or combination of functoids that returns a Boolean value can establish the logical condition, but these functoids can return only true or false. In this example, the logical condition will check whether the amount of a sale is greater that 1,000, as shown in Figure 3 43.
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Figure 3 43. Creating the logical operator Only large sales should appear under the <BigSales> element in the destination message, so the logical condition will check if the Amount in the source message is greater than 1,000. The following steps define the logical operation that determines mapping actions, as shown in Figure 3 44. 1. 2. Drag a Greater Than functoid from the Logical Functoids tab of the toolbox onto the map surface. Select the Amount field of the input message. Drag the cursor over the Greater Than functoid while pressing the mouse button to establish the first comparison value. Right-click the functoid on the map surface, and select Properties. In the Properties window, click the Input Parameters field, and select the ellipsis that appears. Define the constant value in the Configure Functoid Inputs dialog box.
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Figure 3 44. Defining the comparison value
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Next, define the mapping actions that depend on the evaluation of the logical condition. In this example, the contents of the <Sales> elements should map to different parts of the destination message, so the map must use the Boolean outcome of the logical comparison as input to a Value Mapping functoid. 1. 2. 3. 4. Drag a Value Mapping functoid from the Advanced Functoids tab of the toolbox to the right and below the Greater Than functoid. Create a link from the Greater Than functoid to the Value Mapping functoid. Create a link from the Amount field of the input message to the Value Mapping functoid to determine the value mapped when the logical condition is true. Create a link from the Value Mapping functoid to the SaleAmount field appearing under the BigSales record to define where the large value will occur in the destination message.
The Value Mapping functoid defines the action the map should take when the logical condition evaluates to true. Both the amount of the big sale and the name of the sales representative must appear in the destination message in this example, so the map must use two Value Mapping functoids, as shown in Figure 3 45.
Figure 3 45. Defining conditional mapping actions BizTalk must also know that it should create only the <RepSales> element in the destination message when the amount is greater that 1,000. Establishing a link from the logical operator to the RepSales element will ensure that BizTalk creates this parent to the actual values mapped. When the logical condition evaluates to false, BizTalk should map the sale to the <SmallSales> part of the destination message. The map can check this directly by placing a Not Equal functoid on the mapping surface and comparing to the result of the logical comparison established earlier with a constant value equal to true, as shown in Figure 3 46.
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