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Disassembling different messages from same envelope

Disassembling different messages from same envelope

Disassembling different messages from same envelope

Hi All,
I am working on a project which has several interfaces between BT and SAP XI.
I wont to create one message that contains all other messages so that we only need to use one web service.
The structure would look something like
I was hoping to get a single orch to accept this message and then directly call different Orchs for each message type contained within.
Can anyone point me in the right direction to do this.


RE: Disassembling different messages from same envelope

I would actually approach this in the following way:
- Like you said have all messages wrapped in an envelope.
- Create one WebService Orchestration receiving this Message
- Have your WebService check for the Messages inside your envelope. Like Process_Order,Stock_Adjustments,.....
- Write those String Values into a so called Context Only Property and send the Message to the BizTalk Message Box.
- Have your Process_Order Orchestration Subscribe to all Messages Common_Message AND the Context Only Property Value Process_Order.

Thats it.

If you have any more Questions just post!



RE: Disassembling different messages from same envelope

Thanks Stephan,
I'll give it a try.
I'll have to experiment a bit as I haven't used this Context Only property or filtered on it before. But this looks like a great solution.

Many Thanks

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