BizTalk Server Tip #24: Maintain you Message Box efficiently

|  Posted: February 26, 2014  |  Categories: BizTalk Server BizTalk360

Don’t let your BizTalk Message Box database grow significantly by accumulating suspended messages, put in place a monitoring mechanism to identify and resolve suspended messages as soon as possible. When you find a database integrity problem that is causing your databases to grow use the BizTalk Terminator to resolve this. Maintaining the health of your … Continue reading BizTalk Server Tip #24: Maintain you Message Box efficiently

tip24 Don’t let your BizTalk Message Box database grow significantly by accumulating suspended messages, put in place a monitoring mechanism to identify and resolve suspended messages as soon as possible. When you find a database integrity problem that is causing your databases to grow use the BizTalk Terminator to resolve this. Maintaining the health of your BizTalk databases is vital for any BizTalk environment, specially when we are talking about the BizTalkMsgBoxDb, there are several reasons for the databases to grow like suspended messages that you should avoid and resolved quickly when they happen. You can also have some integrity problems identified by using the out of the box Monitor Job or by running a tool like the Message Box Viewer, in this cases you can run the BizTalk Terminator which is a tool provided by Microsoft to address these issues. Read about the BizTalk Terminator blog-action04_thumb2333333333333333[3][3][3]

2 thoughts on “BizTalk Server Tip #24: Maintain you Message Box efficiently”

  1. When using the Terminator tool in a PRD, it is mandatory to stop everything (hostinstances, sql agent, …)
    In a 24/7 env. we cannot stop and start as we please … cleaning up the MsgBox becomes hard. Is it really necessary to stop all on BizTalk to clean suspended msgs, … ?

    1. It will be difficult for an external tool like Terminator to understand all the dependencies, so the safe bet for them is to ask to stop all host instances.

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