I think you could use a customer pipeline component for something like that. But I have no clue how to do it. I have not heard of anyone doing that.
If you can find out how to convert a word doc into Xml using C#, then you should be able to use that same code inside a pipeline. Also, make sure you download the Pipeline Component Wizard on GotDotNet.com. It will save you tons of time.
Hello, I have several Word Documents that I need to convert into XML and transfer it to a indexing document service that I have on another service. I was thinking that I could use BizTalk for this. Anybody have any examples that I could use to start this. I am brand spanking new at all this stuff, but have been a C# developer for about 3 years now.
I was taking examples from the bizTalk server book that I received but I’m falling down on how to take the inmsg converting it to recognize it as a word doc and loading it into the outmsg in the IComponent module.
Thanks…I got it from another source…Now the only problem I have is how to make it accessable via the BizTalk Pipeline Components. For some reason when I made the key and promoted to the GAC, it tells me \”Invalid Pipeline Assembly\” (or something like that).
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