From time to time I need to save Tracked messages. When the messages are small, it is easy to select and copy the XML of those messages in the Graphical Flow module. But in case messages are larger than a couple KB's, it is tough to impossible (msgs over 50000 chars got truncated) to select and copy that XML.
For that reason I would like to have a button to be able to save Tracked messages.5 votes
When we need to filter in the ESB Exceptions screen we would like to use some additional fields, which are available in the screen.
Field we would like to have are;
Service name2 votes
Currently you can configure SQL queries and see the results in the BizTalk360 web interface.
In some cases you may be using columns with long text and it's difficult to view it in the table/grid result view. It will be useful if you can have a detail view, where the user can click on a particular row, which then opens a window or blade and show all the content.3 votes
When restarting many Artifacts (Ports or Host Instances) the Expected State should be clearly visible in order to avoid wrong manipulation (for instance: restarting a port which should remain stopped).
Also, the Application or Artifcat should be Red only if an artifact is not in the Expected State, not if an artifact is stopped (which could be the Expected State).3 votes
Right now when you are doing message box queries (+ few other places) if you need to see the details you need to click the eye icon on the right side of the row. In some smaller resolutions screens, it's not visible or sometimes it's not obvious for new users to click that one.
It will be useful if you can simply make the service name as link and clickable which will open the detail pane.2 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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