Updating Tables Using a Single Updategram Message in BizTalk Server 2004 and 2006
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by Naveen Karamchetti
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Problem to be solved!

1.    Using the SQL Transport Schema Generation Wizard in BizTalk Server only one table can be selected within a datagram. The schema generated would have only one table in the datagram. We are trying to modify the schema in such a way so as to insert multiple rows in a master and detail fashion.

2.    The master table would generate a key value for every row inserted and the detail row/rows would use the same key generated by the master table to insert rows in the detail table.

NOTE: Any promoted property which would be the same across all the messages can also be used as the correlation type property.


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Title: Insert in to multiple tables at a time.   
Name: Umesh
Date: 2008-11-27 8:20:12 AM
Comment:
Hi ,
I want to insert data in multiple tables at a time (like header and details ) .
for this purpose i am using Updategram.How can i generate schema for this purpose.

umesh.chpe@gmail.com
Title: Getting invalid namespace error with above sample   
Name: Krishna Sharma
Date: 2007-12-04 6:37:55 AM
Comment:
I am getting "Invalid Schema" error in the send port while inserting data. any help..If you have sample code .plz send
Title: How to update multiple tables   
Name: Gopal
Date: 2007-11-26 10:54:19 PM
Comment:
Above information only tells how to insert into multiple tables, I am trying to update multiple tables could not succeed... I did not find any information on updating multiple tables....

Error

Error details: HRESULT="0x80004005" Description="All updategram/diffgrams nodes with siblings must have ids, either user specified ones or mapping schema based key field id"

Can some one point me in right direction...

Thanks in advance
Gopal

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