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Very Sweet and Simple Sample of BRE

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23 Oct 2007CPOL
Here I just set the Discount base on the Balance. To do this, I create BRE and implement that on my orchestration by using “Call Rules” shape.

Introduction

This is a very sweet and simple sample of BRE.

Here I just set the Discount base on the Balance. To do this, I create BRE and implement that on my orchestration by using "Call Rules" shape.

Screenshot - BRE.jpg

Background

How to create BRE:

  1. Open the Business Rule Composer by selecting Start -> Programs -> Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 -> Business Rule Composer.
  2. Within the Policy Explorer, right-click the Policies node, and click Add New Policy.
  3. Give the policy a name.
  4. By default, version 1.0 of the policy is created. You may change the version number if you want by selecting the version, navigating to the Properties window, and setting the Version property.
  5. Add an optional description for the policy.
  6. Right-click the version, and choose Save.

Using the Code

  1. Import Policy by "HimBRE_Policy.xml"
  2. Set SNK file path
  3. Build & Deployed BTS App
  4. Import "Bindings.xml"

Orchestration

Screenshot - BRE_Orchestration.jpg

Policy Config on Orchestration

Screenshot - BRE_Policy_Config.jpg

Import BRE

Screenshot - ImportBRE.jpg

History

  • 23rd October, 2009: Initial post

License

This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

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About the Author

Himanshu Thawait
Technical Lead Sapient Global Market
United States United States
Himanshu Thawait is Associate Arch at Sapient Global Markets.

He is expert in developing EAI, BizTalk with EDI(HIPPA)., Web applications, Micro web services, Angular, ASP.NET MVC, C#, VB.NE T, VB 6, SQL Server, Oracle, No SQL, Classic ASP, XML and JavaScript, IBM MQSC, IBM DB2.

Comments and Discussions

 
QuestionIts Good Pin
Shrilata Ellaboina2-Nov-12 2:04
MemberShrilata Ellaboina2-Nov-12 2:04 
AnswerRe: Its Good Pin
Himanshu Thawait2-Nov-12 5:18
MemberHimanshu Thawait2-Nov-12 5:18 
GeneralPlease write an article to make it useful. Pin
Member 299973810-Apr-11 12:34
MemberMember 299973810-Apr-11 12:34 
Generalwhere to see the result of excecute Policy Pin
rutup18-Jun-09 3:11
Memberrutup18-Jun-09 3:11 

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