The Nodinite BizTalk Monitoring Agent monitors Receive Locations from all BizTalk Applications. New (and/or removed) Receive Locations are automatically detected and managed by the monitoring agent.
Receive Locations in BizTalk are listed within Nodinite as resources where the name is the same as the Receive Location name.
Nodinite has the same notion of an Application where there is a 1:1 mapping with its BizTalk Application
Receive Locations are grouped by the Category Receive Location
- Enable - Start receiving messages
- Disable - Stop receiving messages
- Tracking - View and manage Tracking Settings
- Details - Displays information about the receive location
- Remote Actions - Support the execution of remote actions
- State Evaluation - Monitors and evaluates the run-time state
The different evaluated state for any Receive Location is provided in the table below:
|Unavailable||Resource not available||Evaluation of the 'BizTalk Receive Locations' is not possible either due to network or security-related problems||Review prerequisites|
|Error||Disabled||A Disabled Receive Locations renders as state 'Error'||Enable|
|OK||Enabled and running||Receive Locations is operational and no other problems were detected|| Disable
TIP: The evaluated state may be reconfigured using the Expected State functionality that exists on every Resource within Nodinite.
The BizTalk Monitoring Agent has support to filter unwanted resources, see Configuration for details.
The following problems and solutions may exist depending on your environment and configuration.
Issues may exist with the BizTalk Schedule Task Adapter. Read more here
The Actions Enable and Disable for ports using the Schedule Task Adapter requires the
Microsoft.BizTalk.Scheduler.dll to be loaded from the GAC. If you get an error like this executing the Action Enable/Disable, check that the files is really in the GAC on the server running the BizTalk Monitoring Agent.
Check if it is installed using Developer Command Prompt for Visual Studio
gacutil /l Microsoft.BizTalk.Scheduler
As long as you have If missing add the solution is to the assembly into the GAC, enter the proper path for the version of BizTalk
gacutil /i "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft BizTalk Server 2013 R2\Microsoft.BizTalk.Scheduler.dll"
- Run the PowerShell console as Administrator (elevated mode)
- Enter the following PowerShell, enter the proper path according to installed path of your BizTalk Server
[System.Reflection.Assembly]::Load("System.EnterpriseServices, Version=220.127.116.11, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b03f5f7f11d50a3a") $publish = New-Object System.EnterpriseServices.Internal.Publish $publish.GacInstall("C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft BizTalk Server 2013 R2\Microsoft.BizTalk.Scheduler.dll")