More goodies: BizTalk Server 2004 Management Pack for MOM

The BizTalk Server 2004 Management Pack is a set of instructions that define how to monitor and manage BizTalk Server 2004.

This management pack enables you to:

  • Identify and measure the health of the system.
  • Monitor critical components and services.
  • Address and correct issues with actionable responses.
  • Understand when to escalate issues.
  • Analyze and troubleshoot the data and information received from BizTalk Server 2004.
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Comments (4)

  1. hung says:

    I know that xlang schedule 2004 needs some account to run under.

    I use a domain account that has admin right to the domain.

    Now, I have an orchestration in biztalk 2004 calling some web service.

    If I use anonymous authentication for the web service virtual directory, the orchestration works fine.

    If I use windows authentication (that should authentication the admin account I run Xlang under), the orchestration failed!!! The event logs specially said the error is due to the web service virtual directory permission.

    Do you know why? Logically, my set up should work, but it does not.



  2. Scott Woodgate (MS) says:

    Hung – A little off topic but In the send port properties for the web service to be called (which was automatically created when deploying the BizTalk project), you needs to edit the Address (URI) properties and set the authentication type to NTLM. This will use the credentials the send adapter is running under to call the web service (which is configured for windows authentication).

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