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From BizTalk360 version 7.9, we have added a capability to audit the message submit/resubmit activities in the ESB Portal. Whenever the logged in user tries to resubmit a message to a particular receive location and if the resubmit activity happens successfully, an audit record will be created under the "ESB Message Activities" section in Governance/Audit module of BizTalk360 with the result as "202-Successfully submitted to <receive location name>". Even if the submit operation does not happen as expected, an audit log would be created under ESB message activities with the result as "500-Failure submitting to <receive location name>". The audit information gets logged with the action that was performed on the message, the message id, the result of the activity, date time stamp when the operation was performed, details of the user who performed the action.

In addition to auditing the ESB message activities, BizTalk360 offers added functionality to users to be able to view the details of the message that was actually submitted. The user with access to the Governance/Auditing module in BizTalk360 can simply click the Message id under the 'Message ID' column to view the message details such as general message information, content properties, and context properties.

The Super User, by default, can view the audit logs in the Governance/Auditing section. Super users also have the ability to authorize normal users  from the User Access Policy section to view the Governance/Auditing information.

The logged in user needs to have the appropriate permissions under the User Access Policy section to be able to view the message details in the ESB Message Activities screen.

The below screenshot sliders show how the audit logs are captured when the logged in user submits a message on the SOAP OnRamp receive location (at the time stamp 02-11-2015 01:15:19.273) and when the user edits and resubmits another message on the SOAP OnRamp receive location (at the time stamp 02-11-2015 01:49:40.473).