BizTalk Multi-part Message Attachments Zipper Pipeline Component is now available

Posted: June 26, 2012 in BizTalk
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In the last months I have been working on some personal projects that are finally gaining life. One of them, I’ve already had the pleasure to announce here on my blog: New version of BizTalk Scheduled Task Adapter is now available on CodePlex.

And this is my last one!

BizTalk Multi-part Message Attachments Zipper Pipeline Component is a pipeline component for BizTalk Server 2010 which can be used in a send pipeline and is intended to replace all attachments of a multi-part message for its zipped equivalent.

BizTalk-Multi-part-Message-Attachments-Zipper-Pipeline-Component

The capabilities are similar to those available in compression software such as WinZip or 7-zip:

  • Attachments Compression – Extracts, in a send pipeline, all message parts include in a multi-part message that are not included in the message body (Message Body Part = False), compresses it and attaches the compressed attachment back to the message.

Requirements

The Multi-part Message Attachments Zipper will work with:

  • BizTalk Server 2010
  • .NET Framework 4.0

No compression/decompression software needs to be installed in the BizTalk Server.
BizTalk Multi-part Message Attachments Zipper Pipeline Component (65.6 KB)
Microsoft Code Gallery

or on CodePlex: BizTalk Multi-part Message Attachments Zipper Pipeline Component

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Comments
  1. rpmachado says:

    It was a pleasure to be part of this project with you, the next is now being finalized… expect updates soon!

  2. [...] months ago I published on CodePlex and at Microsoft Code Gallery the pipeline component “Multi-part Message Attachments Zipper Pipeline Component” for BizTalk Server2010. This time I decided to make available a version of this component for [...]

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