A BizTalk Host is a set of running engines—BizTalk Message Queuing (MSMQT), XLANG, and Tracking Data Decode Service (TDDS)—that communicate with the MessageBox database. A BizTalk Host is a logical set of zero or more BizTalk runtime processes in which you deploy items such as adapter handlers, receive locations (including pipelines), and orchestrations. BizTalk Host provides a container for items such as adapter handlers, receive locations (including pipelines), and orchestrations. Hosts have the following characteristics:
- Hosts are the logical containers of BizTalk objects
- Only one instance of a specific host can exist on each server
- You can map one host to multiple servers
How to view Host information in BizTalk360
- Log in to the BizTalk360 application
- Click 'Operations' tab in the Navigation panel
- Click the expand button against 'Infrastructure Setting' tab and select 'Hosts' link
- The BizTalk Hosts screen will display all the basic informations. Click the 'Host Name' to view the 'Host Instances', 'Throttling Settings' and 'Host Container' information associated to the particular Host.
- The screen has the following informations:
- General Information- This section provides information about the application name and user type.
- Properties- This section provides information about the BizTalk Host properties like Tracking, Authentication etc.
- Host Instances- This section provides information about the associated Host Instances running in the server. The host can be start/stopped or enable/disable from this tab.
- In BizTalk360 v8.0, User can perform the required operation in 3 different ways:
- Selecting the check boxes against the Host name(s) and clicking on the Operation buttons (Start/Stop/Enable/Disable) at the top of the grid
- Selecting check box against the Host name. User will notice an inline operation showing up right next to the check box with the possible operations that can be performed on the Host
- Hovering over the record in the Current State column, you will notice the possible operations that can be performed on the selected Host
- Throttling Settings- This section provides information about the Throttling Settings like Threshold, Message Publishing, and Message Processing.
- Host Container- This section provides information about the Host Container like Orchestrations, Receive Ports, and Send Ports.
- Refresh- Click the refresh button at the top right corner of the page to refresh the Host Instances information
Click the slider to go through the process