Stop action for Host Instance
The user will then be prompted to continue with the Stop operation.
Then the result of the operation will be displayed for the User:
When the Host Instance is stopped, it will be evaluated as being in the Error state:
A stopped Host instance does not route/process messages and/or run Orchestration Instances.
Find out how to start a stopped Host Instances in the Start BizTalk Server Host Instance Action user guide.
It is possible to have Nodinite issue the Stop command automatically for you, and this topic is further detailed in the Auto Healing user guide. This feature can be utilized to keep selected BizTalk Server Host Instances in the intended run-time state.
TIP: Using Auto Healing keeps your BizTalk environment in the intended state
After you have successfully stopped a BizTalk Server Host Instance, you can later Start it (so that it is running and routing messages and orchestration instances). For information about starting a host instance, see How to Start a Host Instance.