Monthly Archives: July 2010

Performing Context-Based Routing after an Orchestration with BizTalk ESB Toolkit 2.0

Performing Context-Based Routing after an Orchestration with BizTalk ESB Toolkit 2.0 In last week’s post, I described a simple snippet of code that can be used in a custom pipeline component in order to inspect the contents of an XML … Continue reading

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Determining the Type of an XML Message in a Custom Pipeline Component

Most of the time, when using builtin pipelines in BizTalk, you don’t have to worry about determining the type of a incoming message. This is actually all taken care of by the Xml Disassembler or the Flat File Disassembler pipeline … Continue reading

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Rationalizing Multipart Message, Port and Correlation Types

In many orchestrations, I find myself creating the same port, multipart message or correlation types over and over again. For example, we have a scenario where a certain number of different orchestrations receive the same type of message, with a … Continue reading

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