What are Suspended Instances?
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Suspended instances in BizTalk is the result of some type of error/exception. There are two types of suspended instances:
- Suspended instance(s) (resumable)
- Suspended instance(s) (not resumable)
Suspended instances for the selected BizTalk Server Application
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Whenever BizTalk Server initiates a process (like receive, orchestrate, send) it will be managed by the run-time as an instance. This instance can over the duration of processing have many different states over time such as (not complete list):
- Active Instances - Still running and performing work
- Scheduled instance(s)
- Dehydrated orchestration instance(s)
- Ready to run instance(s)
These instances cannot be resumed and the only option when there has been an error is eventually to terminate the instance (hence the name 'not resumable').
Together with each such instance there will be the actual payload (messages) and context properties and whenever there is an error/exception these may be resumed (or Terminated) in which case another active instance will be created (for the resume operation) and the old one will automatically be terminated.
- Terminate (one, selected, all)
- Resume (one, selected, all)
- Download (payload)
- Context Properties
- View suspended instance history