We use the API for managing BizTalk 360 from other 3rd party applications such as TFS. To prevent BizTalk 360 starting up an application mid deployment we have to use the api to get the full alarm config, and send it back with the "isAlertDisabled" flag off and the same to reenable it. Having a seperate method to enable/disable an alarm would be much simpler2 votes
We plan to improve the usability where users can view the additional properties information simply by clicking the row in the grid (as in the EDI page), rather than having to click the properties icon.3 votes
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