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Generate PDF-417 2d barcode in Visual C# Figure 2 5. Specifying a well-formed XML instance

Figure 2 5. Specifying a well-formed XML instance
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CHAPTER 2 DOCUMENT SCHEMAS
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Note You may get an error similar to that shown in Figure 2 6. If so, simply run the InstallWFX.vbs script in
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Figure 2 6. The error message that occurs the first time the schema generator is run 4. Click OK. The schema will be automatically created and added to your BizTalk project.
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2 3. Creating Schema Namespaces
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Solution
BizTalk Server uses a combination of namespaces and root nodes to resolve schema references. Therefore, it is possible to have two schemas with the same root node as long as their namespace designation is different. By default, the BizTalk Editor will set the namespace of a schema to http://[solution].[schema], where solution refers to the name of the solution file and schema refers to the name of the schema file. This default namespace designation may be modified as follows: 1. 2. Open the project that contains the schema. Double-click the schema to open it.
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3. 4. 5.
Select the <Schema> node. Right-click and select Properties. Modify the Target Namespace property as desired.
When you modify the Target Namespace property, BizTalk Server will automatically modify the Default Namespace (element name xmlns) of the schema to match the Target Namespace. Once the two schemas with the same root node have different namespace designations, they may be used without any conflicts.
How It Works
Namespaces are used to allow elements and attributes from different schemas to share names. For example, two schemas may have an element named FirstName. If the schemas did not have different namespaces, BizTalk Server would not know which FirstName you were referencing. In addition to adopting naming standards and conventions for all BizTalk artifacts, you should adopt a standard for namespaces in schemas. An example of a standard is as follows: http://[Company Name].[Project].BizTalk.Schemas.[Schema].[Version] where Company Name is your company name, Project is the name of the project, Schema is the name of the schema, and Version is the version number of the schema.
Note EDI should not be used in the namespace of any project that uses the BizTalk EDI engine. During
runtime, you may run into conflicts with this that will not allow your components to function as expected.
2 4. Promoting Properties
Problem
You have a scenario where you want to subscribe to a message differently based on the contents or context of the message, and you need to understand how BizTalk Server exposes this metadata.
Solution
In order to promote instance-specific data fields (data that resides in the actual message instances, such as a customer name or the ID of an order), you must create a property schema. You then promote the specific schema elements, attributes, or records you need to subscribe to into the property schema. This task is accomplished in Visual Studio, and can be done in one of two ways: quick promotion and regular promotion. For more information on both of these methods, see Recipe 2 5, which describes how to create a property schema. In addition to instance-specific data fields, a number of system- or exchange-specific properties are automatically promoted by BizTalk Server. A description of these exchange-specific properties, and the fundamental difference between them and instance-specific properties, is provided in the following How It Works section.
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All properties that have been promoted, regardless of whether they are associated with a specific instance or the message exchange in general, are available for subscription by other BizTalk Server objects, including send ports, send port groups, and orchestrations. Promoted properties are also available for tracking purposes, which allow them to be used in troubleshooting and reporting.
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