Allow for monitoring of 3 or more SQL instances, or include disk monitoring of BT instance by default
Allow for monitoring of 3 or more SQL instances, or include disk monitoring of BT instance by default.
By Default you can't Monitor the BT Instance Disks (Monitoring> SQLServer Instances > BT Instance Name)
So you have to add it to Settings > Monitoring and Notification > SQL Servers for Monitoring
This only gives you a maximum of two
We have 3 SQL Instances relating to the BizTalk Environment including the BT one, so we have to choose to not monitor one of them.5 votes
1.Need an filter on failure column values that currently exist in the exception fault table. So that we can setup a proactive alarm on an application.
2.The only available filter expression is "is Equal To"
- Filter with an 'OR' condition on the same column. i.e. Application is Equal To 'App1' or 'App2'. You can add another filter, but then you lose the selection of 'Application" on the second filter
4.There is no filtering defined for Scope
5.The only filter available on Exception Stack Trace is 'Is Equal To'
By Terry Stille,connexusenergy5 votes
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1. Filtering is enabled for Scope
2. Now Exception Stack Trace has ‘Contains’ operator for filtering
Remaining items are in our development pipeline
This motion is also for the BizTalk360 support site.
It should be nice if you could read and respond to issues reported by your coworkers, or even the option to change the ownership to your coworker if you are going on a holiday or if you leave the company.
To avoid unwished responses from everyone there should be an option to add certain people you know. So the owner or reporter still can controll who can read an issue and who can respond to an issue.5 votes
Messages are in Active status over days. Which is wasting resources. BizTalk 360 should be able to monitor and alert, if a message has been in Active in Running Service Instance for over 3 hours5 votes
Currently, you can only enter specific event sources. With a naming convention of custom event sources, it would be a lot easier to enter and maintain the Custom Event Viewer if we could use wildcards.5 votes
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 pinning a Flow in the Analytics DashBoard, it could be very good to have a graph with the performances of the flow (average response time, number of messages, ...) like the graphs displayed in front of the flow in the Analytics web pages.5 votes
In BizTalk360 Resume suspended sequentially according to the order displayed in the tool.
It would allow an end-user to trigger a bulk resume without resume them really at once.
The order is important because, in some cases the oldest suspended need to be resume before the next one in the list.4 votes
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
By adding an new alarm the business start or end time are eg 10:00 pm.
After saving the time is displayed as 22: 00 Hours4 votes
Sometimes I need to extract several thousand messages from tracking database (DTA). In BizTalk360 there is currently a limitation of 500 messages and 10mb file size (zip)4 votes
A notification when the threshold is reached and no further notification if the situation stays like that.
An UP notification when that issue gets resolved4 votes
An Application level is should be good to select which receive location and send ports that a user should see.
In user access policy an Application level, it should be good to select which receive location and send ports that a user should see.
Originally submitted by Joakim W (PDB)4 votes
I would like to be able to access the Task Scheduler from BizTalk360 so that I can see when scheduled task are about to run/ have run. Additionally, I would also like the functionality to execute a task schedule as this requires logging onto the BizTalk server to manually execute a scheduled task.4 votes
How do we import\export application bindings with Biztalk360?
This is a core BizTalk functionality often used by BizTalk developers, thus is expected by your customers be integrated in your product as a default.4 votes
We need to protect message content from Biztalk technical support (outsourced) in about 50 of 500 Biztalk applications.
Access will be necessery in 450 applications (integrations) for error handling, but for 50 the payload cannot be viewed due to export control regulations.
Now it's just possible to restrict access to all or nothing regarding message content,.4 votes
This would allow us to get the logs of a specific application when all applications have a predefined range of EventIds.
Also, we would need to be able to enter the EventIds as free text instead of a combo box.4 votes
The monitoring dashboard does not scale properly. When you use threshold monitoring in collapsed view, only the top part of the dashboard scales.
The bottom part, which lists the applications you want to monitor, does not scale, resulting in scroll bars and applications which are not visible in the dashboard because they won't fit on screen..4 votes
From time to time we need to edit properties like email ids for multiple alarms. Currently you have to open each alarm and make the necessary edits. It would be great to be able to select multiple alarms and make the edits at once.4 votes
I am looking for is not an alarm to tell me that something is down, but rather have something in BizTalk 360 to stop or disable a send port and or a receive location on a certain day, let’s say Wednesdays from 3am to 6am.
By Dan Gideon4 votes
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