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Old March 29th, 2006, 10:18 AM
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Default Set based operations in Biztalk rule server

I am trying to create a rule that will loop through a stucture and check a rule against each loop. So basically "for each child node of this node check a certain value". Also is it possible to maintain a variable whilst running the loop to keep a tally of another value? Like if you are totalling up a value that is on each node? Not sure if this is clear enough please ask if
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hi there
please provide some more detials on the scenario and if possible any sample application in which you want to apply the logic.
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