Updating Tables Using a Single Updategram Message in BizTalk Server 2004 and 2006
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by Naveen Karamchetti
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Orchestration

The following is the high level overview of the orchestration.

1.    There are two incoming messages, Book and Publisher. Since a Parallel shape is used, both messages would need to arrive to process and complete the Orchestration.

2.    An updategram is created by mapping the Book and Publisher messages.

3.    The Map is called in the Transform shape.

4.    Notice that the send shape is used to transmit the updategram XML to the SQL Send port.

5.    Observe the database tables and you would notice that two rows would have been inserted in the tables (one in each table).

Figure 3 – Book Store Orchestration

 

 


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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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