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The new BizTalk Settings Dashboard allows for the configuration of a variety of core settings that control memory usage and performance. To access the tool, take these steps: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Open BizTalk Administration Console. Right-click the BizTalk Server Group, and select Settings. The BizTalk Settings Dashboard will open. Click the Host Instances tab. Select the Orchestration Memory Throttling tab (see Figure 10 23). Change the memory usage to the desired percentages.
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Figure 10 23. Configuring memory in the BizTalk Settings Dashboard
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The new BizTalk Settings Dashboard is hidden within BizTalk, but it is an extremely powerful tool. Orchestration performance is one of the features, but there are a wide variety of additional features that will prove to be useful. Take a look at the tool and see what properties will help improve the performance of your deployment. The default settings are usually fine to keep, but for advanced solutions, it may be necessary to make alterations.
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Problem
BizTalk has encountered an error and suspended the processing of an inbound message. You need to fix the error and resume message processing to receive it successfully.
Solution
This example demonstrates the resumable inbound message-processing capabilities of BizTalk. BizTalk initially receives a message that has no recipients. In the publish/subscribe architecture of the MessageBox, the error message will indicate that BizTalk cannot find a subscriber to the message. After creating the appropriate subscription, this example resumes processing and successfully delivers the message. Begin by creating the receive port and receive location that will accept the message: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Open the BizTalk Server Administration Console. Right-click the Receive Ports folder under an application, and select New One-Way Receive Port from the context menu. Enter SuspendedMessagesExampleIn for the name of the new receive port. Add a receive location to the receive port, using the default PassThroughReceive pipeline. Using the File transport type, specify C:\SuspendedMessagesExample\In as the receive folder. Create the folder if necessary. Grant the BizTalk Application Users group full control to the C:\SuspendedMessagesExample folder. Enable the receive location.
BizTalk can now receive messages, but the administrator has not specified where BizTalk should deliver the messages. BizTalk will raise an error to the event log and suspend messages received through the SuspendedMessagesExampleIn receive port. Follow these steps: 1. 2. Place an XML file in the C:\SuspendedMessagesExample\In folder. In the left tree view of the BizTalk Server Administration Console, click the BizTalk Group to show the Group Hub page. Press the F5 key to refresh the Group Overview page. Note that you will be able to see the count of suspended messages, as shown in Figure 10 24.
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Figure 10 24. Suspended message counts in the Group Hub page 3. Click the Suspended Service Instances link to open the Suspended tab. The Suspended tab will display all resumable suspended service instances, as shown in Figure 10 25.
Figure 10 25. Resumable service instance
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Now that there is a suspended message in BizTalk, create a send port to deliver the message and resume message processing: 1. 2. Create a new static one-way send port in the same BizTalk application as the receive port was created in. Enter SuspendedMessagesExampleOut for the name of the send port, and configure the File adapter to deliver messages to the C:\SuspendedMessagesExample\Out folder. Create the folder if necessary. Use the default PassThruTransmit send pipeline. In the left pane of the SuspendedMessagesExampleOut Send Port Properties dialog box, select Filters. Define a filter where BTS.ReceivePortName equals SuspendedMessagesExampleIn, as shown in Figure 10 26. This will create a subscription for all messages received through the SuspendedMessagesExampleIn receive port.
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Figure 10 26. Defining a message subscription 5. 6. 7. 8. Enlist and start the SuspendedMessagesExampleOut send port. On the Group Hub page, return to the Suspended tab. Select the Suspended (Resumable) query results to display the suspended SuspendedMessagesExampleIn service instance. Right-click the suspended service instance, and select Resume Instance from the context menu. Click Yes when prompted to confirm. If the Resume Instance option is not available, verify that the selected service instance s status is Suspended (Resumable) under the query results. Verify that BizTalk successfully delivered the XML message to the C:\SuspendedMessagesExample\Out folder.
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