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Default Pipelines and ports for Biztalk 2004

I am working on project which returns XML file from aspx page.

Here is my problem:
I wated to validate data in BizTalk 2004. If validation fails it should return the fields
on the ASPX page to allow user to change the fields. ( the cotrols for the fields which needs to change only) .
After success I want to send the record in the database.

If I get the xml document I can populate the controls on my web page dynamiclly.

The format of XML document is

- <resultset>
- <result>
  <CFPmainbranchname>CORPORATE OFFICE</CFPmainbranchname>
  <address1_line1>My add1</address1_line1>
  <birthdate date="10/16/1969" time="7:00 PM">1969-10-16T19:00:00-05:00</birthdate>

Some one who knows solution please send me some example or sample code process or link
(What Pipe lines I need to use (inboud and outbound ) for my XML document.

Thank you for your help in advance.


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