The text below is based on the beta release of BizTalk 2010. It might not (completely) apply to the RTM release.
This blog post is part of a series of blog posts about my favorite new features in the BizTalk 2010 mapping tool. You can find an overview here.
As you might now the grid area of the BizTalk mapper is a lot bigger than the area shown on the screen. In some cases you might have functoids somewhere on the grid area but not visible on the screen:
To get an idea of the complete link structure you had to manually scroll the grid up and down. In BizTalk 2010 this can be done automatically. This feature is called ‘auto scrolling’ and can be toggled using a button in the mapper ribbon:
If we press the button and select the relevant node the functoid is connected to (in this case the ‘Gender’ node) the relevant functoids are automatically brought into view: