Re: flat file handling question
From: Bryan Brouckaert (Bryan.Brouckaert_at_advalvas.be)
Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2021 23:36:25 +0100
Why won't you use an orchestration? It seems perfect, recieve a message,
create a new message, send original message, send the new message. Don't
forget to configure the orchistration port object to wait for a confirmation
otherwise the new message can arrive before the original message.
I don't know if you did use BizTalk 2002, but BizTalk 2004 has very good
orchestrations. Don't be affraid of it.
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I've got a flat file that I need to get from and ftp location and deliver it
to another ftp location. That's all fine I can link can filter for a receive
port on hte send port and use the passthru to drop the file. My problem is
that I need to then write a message to an MQ that triggers the destination
system to pick up the file.
I'm looking for options that will support this requirement in the simplest
way. I know I can do it in an orchestration but I really don't need to do
manipulation on the file so I don't want another orchestration just for the
sake of it.
Could I write a custom pipeline component that would fire an mq message
after the file has been successfully ftp'ed.
I'm guessing I can't, because once sent the file has left the pipeline.
Appreciate the help.