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Displaying an EDI or AS2 Status Report

When EDI and AS2 status reports are enabled, you will have access to the following status reports:

 

Type of Report Higher-level status report Lower-level status report

EDI

EDI Interchange and Correlated ACK Status

  • Interchange Status and ACK Details

  • Transaction Set Details

  • EDI Message Content

Batch Status

-

Interchange Aggregation Report

-

Transaction Set Aggregation Report

-

AS2

AS2 Message and Correlated MDN Status

AS2 Message Content

The following are prerequisites for performing the procedure in this topic:

  • You must be logged on as a member of the BizTalk Server Administrators group to customize any of the status reports.

  • If you are logged on as a member of the BizTalk Server Operators group, you can display read-only status reports.

  1. In the BizTalk Server Administration Console, click the BizTalk Group node.

  2. In the Group Hub tab of the Group Overview page of the BizTalk Server Administration Console, move to the bottom of the page.

  3. To display the EDI Interchange and Correlated ACK Status report, proceed as follows:

    1. Click EDI Interchange and Correlated ACK Status in the EDI Status Reports area of the Group Hub tab.

    2. To display details of an interchange and its correlated acknowledgments, right-click an entry in the query results of the EDI Interchange and Correlated ACK Status report, and then click Interchange status and ack details.

    3. To display details of a transaction set, close the Interchange status and ack details report, returning to the EDI Interchange and Correlated ACK Status details report. Right-click an entry in the query results, and then click Transaction Set Details.

    4. To display details about the headers and payload of a transaction set, right-click an entry in the Transaction Set Details report, and then click View Transaction Set Content.

    5. To display data about the interchange containing the transaction set, right-click an entry in the Transaction Set Details report, and then click Interchange/ACK Status. The interchange containing the transaction set will be highlighted in the Interchange/ACK Status report.

  4. To display the Batch Status report, proceed as follows:

    1. Click Batch Status in the EDI Status Reports area of the Group Hub tab.

    2. To display the completed batches associated with a batch entry in the Batch Status report, right-click the entry and then click Completed Batches.

    3. To display data about a completed batched interchange, right-click the interchange in the Completed Batch report, and then click Interchange/ACK Status. The entry for the batched interchange will be highlighted in the Interchange/ACK Status report.

  5. To display the Interchange Aggregation Report, proceed as follows:

    • Click Interchange Aggregation Report in the EDI Status Reports area of the Group Hub tab.

  6. To display the Transaction Set Aggregation Report, proceed as follows:

    • Click Transaction Set Aggregation Report in the EDI Status Reports area of the Group Hub tab.

  7. To display the AS2 Message and Correlated MDN Status report, proceed as follows:

    1. Click AS2 Message and Correlated MDN Status in the EDIINT Status Reports area of the Group Hub tab.

    2. To display the status of the EDI interchange in an AS2 message, right-click an entry in the AS2 Message and Correlated MDN Status report, and then click Interchange/ACK Status.

      noteNote
      For more information on how EDI status and AS2 status are correlated, see the "Correlating an AS2 Message with its EDI Payload" section of AS2 Message and Correlated MDN Status Report.

    3. To display an AS2 message in wire format, right-click an entry in the AS2/MDN Status report, and then click Message Wire Format.

    4. To display an AS2 message in decoded format, right-click an entry in the AS2/MDN Status report, and then click Message Decoded Format.

    5. To display an MDN message, right-click an entry in the AS2/MDN Status report, and then click Mdn Message.

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