Microsoft.BizTalk.Hws.Runtime Namespace

ClassDescription
ActivityFlowRetriever 
ActivityModelStepInfo 
ConstraintManager 
FactInfoReturns the key value and display name for a single fact from the underlying fact data store.
FactObjectThe FactObject class is an abstraction that represents a single instance of a collection of data from the underlying data store. An example of this is a UserObject, which contains information about a user. This class is used in conjunction with the FactProperty class to provide all fact retrievers with a uniform way for handling data. This allows all clients, including the Constraint Manager, to easily manipulate and consume data from any fact retriever.This class is implemented by Human Workflow Services (HWS), and can be instantiated within the fact retriever to create object instances to be returned to the client.
FactObjectSchemaFact retrievers expose a schema containing the list of FactObjectSchema objects.
FactPropertyThe FactProperty is an abstraction that represents a piece of data about an object. An example of this on the UserObject is users first name. The FactProperty is used in conjunction with the FactObject to create an abstraction of the data that provides a uniform way for handling data. This allows all clients, including the Constraint Manager, to easily manipulate and consume data from any fact retriever.
FactPropertySchemaThe FactPropertySchema class represents a schema definition of the property exposed in the FactProperty object.
KBManager 

InterfaceDescription
IActivityFlowRetriever 
IFactRetrieverInterface implemented by fact retrievers that provides access to the underlying user data stores. Caution   BizTalk Server 2006 contains two interfaces with the name IFactRetriever. This page contains information about the IFactRetriever interface in the Microsoft.BizTalk.Hws.Runtime namespace.

StructureDescription
PropValThe PropVal structure represents a clause used by both fact retrievers as well as the constraint service. Fact retrievers use this structure to define a property, operator, value relationship to constrain searches for object instances. The constraint service uses this structure to define a property, operator, value relationship to represent a constraint clause. For example, a relationship could be expressed as User.Title equals Manager.

EnumerationDescription
FactOperatorThe values in this enumeration are used to perform comparison operations.
FactPropertyTypeSpecifies the type of a particular fact exposed by the fact retriever.
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