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XmlCompleteValidator pipeline component...

This simple pipeline replacement for the standard XmlValidator component enables users to aggregate validation errors within inbound messages based on defines schemas, just like the XmlValidator component out of the box in BizTalk Server 2004. Instead of the XmlValidator component, this component validates the entire message, reporting only after processing the whole. This way, you know right away of all validation errors within a message to be processed instead of fixing one error, only to discover another, and yet another, ...

A lot of the code within this component has been 'borrowed' from the original XmlValidator component.

Hope you enjoy it, it's sourcecode is included as always (only sourcecode, you need to compile it yourself). It has a readme.txt within the archive, please be sure to read it before trying to use it.

it's located here


  • I've written an 'EnhancedValidator' pipeline component that got published on msdn that avoids suspending the message when it fails validation. Instead when it detects an error, it submits a 'SchemaValidationError' document on the msgbox against which you can write an orchestration to handle validation errors centrally.

    By Anonymous Stephane Bouillon, at 2:37 PM  

  • Great example component Stephane! One difference is exactly the reason I set up this component. Your component is using the XmlValidator class (which is unsupported) and is thereby limited to returning one error about an inbound message at the time, whilst my component accumulates those errors...

    By Blogger Martijn Hoogendoorn, at 4:50 PM  

  • I've tried using the xmlvalidator component and found that everytime the validation fails it throws an SOAP Exception, but the exception has no information about why it failed to validate versus the schema. Is there any way to send back the information in the exception?

    By Anonymous Robbie Madan, at 8:55 PM  

  • I was fortunate enough to go through both stephane's and martijn's components. My present requirement is to capture all the validation errors, as martijn is doing and pass those errors to an orchestration and handle them there, as stephane is doing. I'd be grateful if either of you can suggest a way to improvise on your components to achieve this functionality.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:43 AM  

  • Hi Martijn,
    Do you still have the code for the pipeline component? Unfortunately, gotdotnet got disabled lately and I cannot find the source elsewhere.
    Woudl yo be so kind to fwd me the code at ddia at hotmail dot com?
    Thakns and regards,

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:31 PM  

  • Code link is gone. How can I get it today ??

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