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To understand the process of editing and resubmitting a message from the ESB Portal in BizTalk360, let us consider this scenario. Lets say, a send port that you are using in your application fails unexpectedly, both the service instance and the message become suspended and the fault information is written into the ESB exception database. In this scenario, it is possible for BizTalk360 users with permissions to Manage Message Content/Context (under User Access Policy) to edit the message and resubmit it to an On-Ramp (WCF On-Ramp, SOAP On-Ramp, Any other custom receive location that uses the 'BizTalk HTTP adapter).


Editing The Message

In this section, we will see how to edit the message before resubmitting it to an On-Ramp. Follow the steps as shown below:

  1. Log in to the BizTalk360 application
  2. Click 'ESB Exceptions' in the Menu panel on the left side of the screen
  3. Select the appropriate filter criteria (if any), and click Execute Query
  4. In the Query Results section, click the Properties icon (represented as an eye icon) to view the properties of the exception message
  5. In the Fault Viewer window, click the Messages tab to view the message information. The Messages tab will display the list of messages referenced by the particular fault
    The Messages tab will be visible only if the 'Messages Content/Context' option is selected for the current user profile. If you do not see the Messages tab, please contact your administrator to enable this Setting under User Access Policy.
    You can alternatively access the Message Content section by clicking the Message icon (envelope icon) on the Query results screen.
  6. Click the Properties icon (represented as an eye icon) to view the Message Details
  7. Click the Message Content tab to view the actual message content
  8. Click Edit to edit the message contents
  9. Click Cancel if you wish to discard the changes to the message content


Click the sliders to view the process of editing the message.


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Resubmitting The Message

Once you have edited the message, the message can be resubmitted to a specific receive location to the appropriate destination. Follow the steps as shown below to resubmit an edited message:

  1. Log in to the BizTalk360 application
  2. Click 'ESB Exceptions' in the Menu panel on the left side of the screen
  3. Select the appropriate filter criteria (if any), and click Execute Query
  4. In the Query Results section, click the Properties icon (represented as an eye icon) to view the properties of the exception message
  5. In the Fault Viewer window, click the Messages tab to view the message information. The Messages tab will display the list of messages referenced by the particular fault
    The Messages tab will be visible only if the 'Messages Content/Context' option is selected for the current user profile. If you do not see the Messages tab, please contact your administrator to enable this Setting under User Access Policy.
  6. Click the Properties icon (represented as an eye icon) to view the Message Details
  7. Click the Message Content tab to view the actual message content
  8. Click Edit to edit the message contents
  9. Once the changes are done to message content, select the Receive Location through which you want to resubmit the message
    Depending on the type of message (HTML/XML/Plain text), you will be able to resubmit the message to different receive locations. If you select a HTML/XML message, you will be able to resubmit the message to WCF On-Ramp, SOAP On-Ramp, as well as any custom receive location that uses BizTalk HTTP adapter. If you select a Plain text message, you will be able to resubmit the message ONLY to a custom receive location that uses a BizTalk HTTP adapter.
  10. Click ReSubmit to resubmit the message on the selected receive location


Click the sliders to view the process of resubmitting the message.

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You need to note that once a message has been resubmitted, you will no longer see the Edit button appearing in the Message Content window.