BizTalk Sequential Convoy

This blog is to explain about BizTalk Sequential Convoy. What is Sequential Convoy? Sequential Convoy is one type of BizTalk design pattern to achieve particular type of requirements. This can be defined as “A sequential convoy enables multiple single messages to join together to achieve a required result. A sequential convoy is a set of … Continue reading BizTalk Sequential Convoy

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BizTalk Parallel Convoy

This blog is to explain about BizTalk Parallel Convoy. What is Parallel Convoy? Parallel Convoy is one type of BizTalk design pattern to achieve particular type of requirements. This can be defined as “A parallel convoy enables multiple single messages to join together to achieve a required result. The set of related messages can arrive … Continue reading BizTalk Parallel Convoy

BizTalk Correlations

This blog is to explain about BizTalk Correlations. What is Correlation? Correlations can be defined as binding incoming messages with the appropriate instance of an orchestration. Sample Scenario for Correlations: My Orchestration has to send a request message to a Message Queue, let’s say it is “Input Queue”. Some other process takes the input message … Continue reading BizTalk Correlations

XSL, XSLT AND BizTalk Map – First Look

What is XSL and XSLT? There is no difference between XSL and XSLT both are same and these also called XSL stylesheets. I can say these are synonyms. It is a one type of Language in computer world which contains different Types of Languages. And this type of language is also called stylesheet language or … Continue reading XSL, XSLT AND BizTalk Map – First Look

BizTalk Logical Ports & Port Bindings

This blog is to explain various ports and port Bindings in Orchestration. There are two types of ports in BizTalk. Logical Ports: Ports which are used in Orchestration Physical Ports: Ports which are used in BizTalk admin console Each logical port (Except Direct Binding) should have binding with a physical port in BizTalk admin console … Continue reading BizTalk Logical Ports & Port Bindings

Create First BizTalk Orchestration

Requirement: I need to drop a sample Xml message in a folder location. Sample Input Xml message:   <ns0:AppraisalInput xmlns:ns0="http://SampleBTApp.AppraisalInputSchema">   <EmpNo>EmpNo_0</EmpNo>   <EmpName>EmpName_0</EmpName>   <AppraisalScore>4</AppraisalScore> </ns0:AppraisalInput> My BizTalk orchestration should receive the message and do below validations If Appraisal Score = 5, then Assign Grade = ‘A’ If Appraisal Score = 4, then Assign … Continue reading Create First BizTalk Orchestration

BizTalk Custom Pipeline to Convert Excel file to Flat file

This blog explains how to convert .xlsx to Flat file in BizTalk using Custom Pipeline. Below pipeline component is generic one which can be applied to any excel files for FlatFile conversion. Sample Input (Excel File): Sample Output (Flat File):   Please follow below steps. Take a class library project and keep code which is … Continue reading BizTalk Custom Pipeline to Convert Excel file to Flat file

Using Dictionary for BizTalk Instances

Sometimes in BizTalk, we may need to use Dictionary for checking various conditions for multiple messages/Records of the same BizTalk Instance. This can be achieved using Dictionary ThreadStaticAttribute. Requirement: My BizTalk Orchestration accepts envelop message (Multiple records), I need to loop through each record and insert the data in sql table. Here the condition is … Continue reading Using Dictionary for BizTalk Instances