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Default Removing an XML node within custom pipeline

Using Biztalk 2010

I have a large Biztalk application with lots of history. I am forced to do things a certain way because they have always been done that way.

I am creating an XML document from the database by using XML Explicit (must be done this way).

In Biztalk I am using a Receive Location of type SQL. When configuring this receive location it is mandatory to fill in "Document Root Element Name". This adds a node around my XML which then causes it to fail XSD validation (I cannot change the XSD as it is supplied by an outside vendor)

Problem: I need to remove the outermost XML node that the Receive location has added to my XML and I need to change it in my Custom Pipeline. (I can NOT use XSLT and I can NOT use a map) I must do this within my Custom Pipeline.

Your help would be appreciated.

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