Maintenance Alarm Exclusions
Currently Alarms to keep enabled during Maintenance is a 'global' setting across all Maintenance schedules.
Depending on the 'maintenance' being done alters the alarms that should stay active.
For example, Server Patching with reboots may have no alarms that are left reporting.
Whereas installing/updating various BizTalk applications alarms monitoring network/infrastructure of the environment would want to be left 'active'1 vote
Why is the defult value for a port >1?
I can't find any case where 2 or more messages are of high interest.
= 1 or >0 is the one I see is most useful.1 vote
On a monitoring entry it is possible to add multiple alarms. However those ports could only be monitored stand alone.
It would be super useful if you could combine multiple ports and monitor them together.
For example say we have three ports and are interesting in having any message received in any of them. You would like to monitor >0 in the sum of all the ports.1 vote
It would be great if there was an option to set a timer for how long to disable an alarm. In today's busy world, sometimes an alarm is turned off for maintenance or testing, and users forget to re-enable once done. I would think a default of 24 hours would be more than sufficient.2 votes
Presently, AutoCorrect still works outside the time window.
Ideally, I would have liked AUTOCORRECT for specific alarms to have a specific schedule.
Bharat Biyani1 vote
I think Up alert should act the same on Threshold and Data Monitoring.1 vote
Occasionally I find it necessary to disable specific data monitors while a specific process is down or temporarily on hold. I don't want to disable the entire associated Alarm, as that would impact more than wanted. Since there is no Disable/Enable feature, I am forced to delete and recreate the Data Monitor instead.1 vote
We use data monitoring mainly for measuring purposes (analytics) and not for guarding the environment/processes.
To keep everything clean (especially when filtering the data monitor results) we do want to combine them into the same alarms as we use for guarding thresholds on the servers/artifacts.
So we would like to be able to disable alarm-triggers on each/all data monitor, the monitor just has to measure and put the result in its dashboard.1 vote
If we could enter the host name rather than IP address we would not be required to make a change if the backend MQ server was migrated to a new ip address thru an upgrade.2 votes
Using file monitoring in BizTalk360, need to monitor the file location based on the mask pattern and get alerted when those masked file is aged more than a day.3 votes
When expecting 10 running instances of a named orchestration, and if one disappeared, want to be alerted if the number of running instances has dropped below 10. To monitor this sort of scenario it would be better if MessageBox Data monitoring holds less than condition (>).3 votes
Agreements in a party can get disabled, it would be great if we can perform auto start and monitoring on it.2 votes
On the biztalk group dashboard, you have a list with errors and warnings. It would be good to add a clickthrough on that list, so you get taken to the error or warning in question (like you can when you click on the red or yellow box).2 votes
We have requirement to configure two alerts one for BizTalk monitoring and one for third party web endpoint monitoring.
If we wanted to use third party web monitoring alone in the alerts, it adds lot of additional information ofBizTalk server which is not required.
there should be flexibility email template which should be information in tabular format.
Service 1 : Green (normal)
Service 2 : Red (Status code 400 not found)
Service 3 : Green2 votes
In the last version of BizTalk360, we have the ability to display Secure SQL Queries in Report which is good.
But now what is missing is the ability to send a report depending on the result of a Secure SQL Query. The use case is that on our side we have existing SQL Server Reports we want to replace with BizTalk360. These reports are sent by email to users only if for example a query returns results, or at the opposite if one query is not returning any results.2 votes
I have the following use case: I want to send an email with the content of a Secure SQL query but only if there are records returned by the SQL Query (or if there are no records for example).
Unfortunately this is not possible.1 vote
Currently we are able to monitor disks, resources, events and NT Services on BizTalk- and SQL-servers.
However our Integration-platform is bigger, we have several dedicated MSMQ- and IIS-servers which we would also like to monitor from within BT360.1 vote
For BizTalk-group-SQL-Servers we van monitor the SQL-job-state, why can't we do that for added "extra" SQL-servers (that aren't part of the BizTalk-group).
We have SQL-servers supporting the solutions on our BizTalk-environment. Those 'Custom' Databases have their own jobs that have to be managed/monitored as well.1 vote
BizTalk server 2013 R2 only the file names with the extensions were supported.
From BizTalk server 2016, this type (PPI*) of file masks without any extensions are supported. Hence we request to enhance the file monitoring feature to get the counts for all the file masks irrespective of the file extensions.1 vote
I would like to see a Report over ## of messages per application and a Report over ## of messages / day / week / month totally(all applications)
We all know that statistics and diagrams is the major thing in all powerpoints so I want to add some extra into it.4 votes
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