Setting the Polling Interval on the Batching SQL Adapter Receive Location
You can set the polling interval on the batching SQL adapter receive location (BatchControlMessageRecvLoc) differently on development and production computers. On a development server, Microsoft recommends that you keep the polling interval at the default of 30 seconds, for quick activation of the batching orchestration for an agreement. However, on a production server, a setting of 30 seconds may affect performance. Once you have activated a batch, you may want to set the polling interval to a higher value, such as five minutes.
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You must be logged on as a member of the BizTalk Server Administrators group.
In the BizTalk Server Administration Console, click BizTalk EDI Application, and then click Receive Locations. Right-click BatchControlMessageRecvLoc, and click Properties.
In the Receive Location Properties dialog box, in the Transport section, click Configure.
In the SQL Transport Properties dialog box, change the value for Polling Interval from the default value of "30" to the desired value. The recommended value for a production server is "5".
Change the value of Polling Unit of Measure from the default value of Seconds to Minutes.
Click OK, and then click OK again
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