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To implement message count, message delay and message delay by shapes in orchestration in BizTalk360? We don’t have any way to monitor how may message processed by BizTalk and where in orchestration it caused to delay.
- Idea shared by Markand Patel
I'd like to know if you could add the information "Polling Interval" on the Receive Locations for MQSC ?
By Steve Melan1 vote
Would like to set up the mappings for BizTalk360 alarms to enable the monitoring for all receive/send/orchestrations/service monitoring for all applications in one go.
At the minute we need to go through the apps one at a time (example there are 83 application) turning it on but it would be much easier if there is a click option "enable all" and then go through and turn off or amend as required if i see things flag up as red.1 vote
We use BAM Aggregations to give our IT Operations Managers a summarised view of the state of the BizTalk system in terms of volumes which can be used to identify possible contention issues.1 vote
We have over 100 applications in BizTalk and we would like to see metrics for each of them individually (performance, message volume, alerts, errors, etc.).2 votes
In the Graphical Message flow (Tracking), if a related messaging pattern exists, it could be good to have a link to it so to see the KPIs.1 vote
Within Biztalk Administration Console, when viewing a suspended instance you can right click and "Find Failed Message" This is key to us as often we need to remove the failed message and resume the rest in the queue. (Terminate kills all messages and resume just resends the same failed one, resulting in them being suspended again)2 votes
Currently Via BizTalk 360 its not possible to drill down, to get example the XML message or look at the details. It only gives an Overview.8 votes
When you have a suspended message and go into:
"Service Properties -> Error Information"
in order to see the error message.
It would be handy if the path to a server /folder could be a clickable link in the "Error Description"0 votes
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