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How to Search for Tracked Message Events

You can use the New Query tab in the BizTalk Server Administration console to search for tracked message events. From the BizTalk Server Administration console you can enable message body and message property tracking. In the Query Results pane you can view information about the message event, including schema information, event type, service instance ID, and all the promoted properties for the generated message.

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In order to view the actual message body, you can invoke the Message Details context menu and go to the “Message Parts” tab, or save the message from the result list view by invoking Save to File from the context menu.

To perform this procedure, you must be logged on as a member of the BizTalk Server Operators group.

  1. Click Start, click All Programs, click Microsoft BizTalk Server 2009, and then click BizTalk Server 2009 Administration.

  2. In the console tree, expand BizTalk Server 2009 Administration, and then click the BizTalk group.

  3. In the details pane, click the New Query tab.

  4. In the Query Expression group, in the Value column, select Tracked Message Events from the drop-down list box.

  5. In the Field Name column, in the empty drop-down list box next to the asterisk (*), select one or more of the following:

     

    Item Description

    Creation Time

    The time the message was created.

    Event Type

    The type of event being tracked.

    Maximum Matches

    The number of matches to display.

    Party

    The organization that sent the message.

    Port

    The port used to process the message.

    Schema Name

    Name of the schema used by the message.

    Service Instance ID

    The service instance ID used for the message.

    URI

    The URI used for the message.

    <Select a Schema Name for Tracked Properties>

    When you select a schema, any promoted properties in that schema are eligible to be used in the query.

  6. Complete the Value column as appropriate for the selection you made in the Field Name column.

  7. Continue adding additional lines to the query as appropriate by completing the Field Name, Operator, and Values columns, and then click Run Query.

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