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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
Implementation of Maintenance Alarm exclusions per maintenance schedule is covered in the latest version of BizTalk360 (10.2)
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
This can achieve by using Automated Task feature in BizTalk360.Create custom work flow and map the alarms that you want to disable ,then configure the schedule time to disable the selected alarm during that time.
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
In BizTalk360 v10.7, users are given the flexibility to configure alarms in such a way that they can choose whether AutoCorrection should happen outside the monitoring schedule time or not. Upgrade to latest version.
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
From version 10.3 on the data monitoring schedule can be enabled or disabled based on the need .
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
Now the data monitoring schedules can be disabled to stop monitor.
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
This has been addressed in latest version of BizTalk360 v10.5.
Please read release notes for more details .
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
The latest version of BizTalk360 allows you to set the rules using less than condition in Message Box Data Monitoring.
Agreements in a party can get disabled, it would be great if we can perform auto start and monitoring on it.2 votes
EDI Parties and Agreement Monitoring is now available in BizTalk360 latest release v10.3.
Refer release notes for more detail.
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
This feature is available in the latest BizTalk360 version 10.6. The secure SQL Query results can be monitored in data monitoring.
Refer this document
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
Analytics reporting has been improved. Use SQL Query reporting to get the results in csv format, and you will not receive an email if the query returns no records.
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
You can add the external servers for monitoring using Add SQL Server option under Environment Settings->SQL Server. Here you can add Non BizTalk/SQL Servers , only constraint is the server should be under same domain .
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
In Analytics widgets included number of messages per Application request in the latest version 10.4 https://docs.biztalk360.com/docs/v104
Here is the use case: I have a BizTalk application with artefacts and the related BizTalk360 alarms with all artefacts mapped.
Now, I add a new receive location or send port in the application. It could be very useful to have the ability to detect, in BizTalk360, that for a particular alarm, there are "not mapped" artefacts and provide the ability to map them automatically.2 votes
This scenario can be achieved by configuring the Alarm to Monitor Unmapped Artifacts . This functionality is available in latest version 10.6 .
In the DataMonitoring DashBoard, when we click on a particular alarm in the calendar, it displays the detail in a pane that is opened at the right.
But when this panel is displayed, if we click on another alarm the detail of this alarm does not replace the one that is currently displayed.
And sometimes when we click on the alarm nothing happened, the detail is not displayed.1 vote
BizTalk360 UI is revamped now, in which the data monitoring dashboard is improved a lot . Upgrade to latest version to see the changes .
BizTalk can receive message through different channels, MSMQ, FILE, webservices etc.
Those first 2 we can monitor using BizTalk360, the last we can't.
Yes I can monitor web-endpoints, but why take the hassle of monitoring each individual service if they run in the same app(pool).
We would like to be able to monitor the state of the website running the webservices AND the state of the apppools in use for receiving BizTalk-messages.1 vote
In BizTalk360 monitoring, users can effectively monitor the status of IIS Websites and App pools, with the added functionality of auto-correct actions. The monitoring service also performs audits to keep a record of the corrective actions taken for IIS Websites and App pools. Upgrade to latest version 10.7 to use this feature.
This use case can be achieved with the BizTalk360 Automated Task feature which has been released in v10.3.
To know more read the release notes.
It is possible to stop the alerts for maintenance immediately or in the future.
But what could be very good is the ability to set up recurrent stop for alerts, for example, each sunday at 4AM for 4 hours.6 votes
Recurrence schedule maintenance configuration is implemented in BizTalk360 9.1 version. https://docs.biztalk360.com/docs/v9110890505
Capability to attach the message content for ESB data monitoring like Suspended Messages.
Eric Abts2 votes
This functionality is available in the latest version 10.6 . By enabling the option in the ESB data monitoring schedule configuration ,the ESB message content will be attached in the alerts.
Check out the release notes and upgrade to the latest version 10.6.
When creating a Data Monitoring alarm, it would be great to be able to check for instances which are older than XX days/minutes/seconds.
For example : let's say we have 2 dehydrated (or suspended, or whatever) orchestrations, 1 created 3 days ago and 1 only 10 minutes ago. This feature would allow BizTalk360 to raise an alarm for instances that take too much time to complete, or suspended instances that have obviously been overlooked.9 votes
This feature request has been incorporated in the latest version of BizTalk360 v10.1. To know more read the release notes (https://docs.biztalk360.com/docs/v101)
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