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  • Management Pack:  BizTalk Server
  • MP Version:  7.0.391.0 for BizTalk Server 2010
  • Released:  9/17/2013
  • Publisher:  Microsoft

Overview

BizTalk Server 2010 Management Pack offers monitoring capabilities for BizTalk artifacts and BizTalk-related platform components.
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Represents the BAM alerts component configured on a computer, and can be configured only if BAM run time is configured. Represents the BAM analysis components configured on a computer, and can be configured only if BAM run time is configured. This represents a BAM portal that is installed on a computer. This is the role that represents BizTalk Server BAM components. This represents BAM run-time components installed on a computer. The application is a logical grouping in the BizTalk Server Administration console. Other entities in BizTalk Server can be grouped under the application, which helps provide health information to each application. A Windows service that corresponds to a BizTalk host instance. This is an actual process that runs a message agent and associated adapters and orchestrations. The management group for a set of computers running BizTalk Server. This class contains the root information for the group, defining where the databases for the group are stored. The counterpart of the BizTalk group in the deployment model. A host is a logical representation of a Microsoft Windows process that executes BizTalk Server artifacts such as send ports and orchestrations. A host can be either an in-process host, which means it is owned and managed by BizTalk Server, or an isolated host, which means that the BizTalk Server code is running in a process that is not controlled by BizTalk Server. This is the counterpart of BizTalk Host in the deployment model. This role indicates that the BizTalk Server run-time component is installed and configured on a computer. An orchestration is a business process built using the XLANG/s language and is executed in the XLANG engine. A receive location is the configuration of a single endpoint to receive messages from external entities. A logical grouping of receive locations This role indicates that the BizTalk Server Business Rule Engine component is installed and configured on a computer. A send port is the location to which Microsoft BizTalk Server sends messages or from which BizTalk Server receives messages. A send port group is a named collection of send ports that BizTalk Server can use to send the same message to multiple destinations in one configuration. Defines the basic properties of computers running Windows operating systems This class represents BizTalk Server installation. The class instances are discovered on all computers where BizTalk Server is installed. Runtime service that provides device abstraction, event processing engine and device management This is the Server Role that indicates that RFIDSTORE Database is installed on a machine. This is the Server Role that indicates that RFIDSINK Database is installed on a machine. This is the Role that indicates that RFID Device is installed. This is the Role that identifies the RFID Device Groups in the server. This is the server role that defines the device version. This is the server role defined for RFID Processes. This is the server role defined for RFID Providers.

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