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

BizTalk Host Class

  • ID:  Microsoft.BizTalk.Server.2010.BizTalkHost
  • Description:  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.
  • Class Hierarchy: 
    Entity
    Logical Entity
    BizTalk Host

  • Attributes:  Public, Hosted
Login
This checks for the availability of all host instances (BTSNTSvc.exe) for the BizTalk host. Availability monitor for orchestration configuration state Availability monitor for orchestration suspended instances. Availability monitor for receive location configuration state Availability monitor for send port configuration state Availability monitor for send port suspended instances. 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. 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 send port is the location to which Microsoft BizTalk Server sends messages or from which BizTalk Server receives messages. 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.

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Properties

Display Name Description
Display Name Display name of monitoring object.
Is 32 Bit Indicates whether this host is 32-bit or not
Is Default Indicates whether this host is default or not
Name (Key) Name of the BizTalk host
NT Group Name NT group name
Type Type of BizTalk host (in-process or isolated)

Discovered By

Name Description
BizTalk Application Discovery Discovers all BizTalk applications in a BizTalk group, BizTalk hosts in the group, and all relationships associated with applications and hosts.

Relations

Health Source
NameClassType
Entity Watched By Perspective Entity Reference

Health Target
NameClassType
BizTalk Application Artifact Runs On BizTalk Hosts BizTalk Host Membership
BizTalk Group Hosts BizTalk Hosts BizTalk Host Hosting

Class Knowledgebase

Summary

The BizTalk Host object represents a logical set of zero or more runtime processes in which you can deploy services, pipelines, and other artifacts. The Host object is a part of BizTalk Application View model and it represents a collection of runtime instances (zero or more) where the deployed items physically run. A BizTalk 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.

External References
This class does not contain any external references.

See Also for BizTalk Server Management Pack


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