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Core Server Classes

The Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) classes in this table are used to manage the core objects associated with BizTalk Server 2004, such as servers, queues, groups, and message handlers.

To view core server class and member information in CIM Studio, see Viewing the WMI Core Server Classes in CIM Studio. You can also view the MOF file and the member descriptions in a text editor, however the descriptions are easier to read in using CIM Studio.

WMI Samples are available in the Examples section and in the SDK and in this section. For more information, see WMI Script Samples and Admin\WMI (BizTalk Server Samples Folder).

ClassDescription
MSBTS_AdapterSettingRegisters new adapters with Microsoft® BizTalk® Server.
MSBTS_BTSObjectThis type or member supports the BizTalk Server 2004 infrastructure and is not intended to be used directly from your code.
MSBTS_DeploymentServiceEncapsulates BizTalk assemblies for deployment or undeployment and bindings export or import.
MSBTS_GroupSettingRepresents a logical grouping of BizTalk Servers.
MSBTS_HostRepresents a BizTalk Server Host.
MSBTS_HostInstanceRepresents a single instance of a BizTalk Host.
MSBTS_HostInstanceSettingUpdates the IsDisabled property when a host is in the stopped state.
MSBTS_HostQueueRepresents an application.
MSBTS_HostSettingCreates a BizTalk Server Host setting.
MSBTS_MessageInstanceRepresents a message instance.
MSBTS_MessageInstanceSuspendedEventRepresents a suspended event for a BizTalk Message Queuing (MSMQT) message instance.
MSBTS_MsgBoxSettingRepresents a single MessageBox setting in the BizTalk Server group.
MSBTS_OrchestrationRepresents an instance of an orchestration that belongs to the installed module.
MSBTS_ReceiveHandlerRepresents an individual receive handler defined by BizTalk Server.
MSBTS_ReceiveLocationRepresents an individual receive location defined by BizTalk Server.
MSBTS_ReceiveLocationOrchestrationRepresents all possible combinations of receive locations and orchestrations.
MSBTS_ReceivePortRepresents an individual receive port defined by BizTalk Server.
MSBTS_SendHandlerRepresents an individual send handler defined by BizTalk Server.
MSBTS_SendPortRepresents an individual send port defined by BizTalk Server.
MSBTS_SendPortGroupRepresents group of send ports defined by the BizTalk Server.
MSBTS_SendPortGroup2SendPortRepresents the many to many relations between the send ports and the send port groups defined by BizTalk Server.
MSBTS_ServerRepresents computers within a group that have BizTalk Servers installed.
MSBTS_ServerHostReflects mappings between BizTalk servers and BizTalk Hosts.
MSBTS_ServerSettingRepresents specific computers within the BizTalk group that have BizTalk Servers installed. Instances of this class are intended to be created and deleted internally through BizTalk Server only. Do not create or delete instance of this class explicitly through WMI.
MSBTS_ServiceThis type or member supports the BizTalk Server 2004 infrastructure and is not intended to be used directly from your code.
MSBTS_ServiceInstanceProvides an instance of a service, with start and stop functionality.
MSBTS_ServiceInstanceSuspendedEventRepresents a suspended event for a service instance.
MSBTS_SettingThis type or member supports the BizTalk Server 2004 infrastructure and is not intended to be used directly from your code.
MSBTS_TrackedMessageInstanceRepresents a message instance.

Remarks

For more information about the minimum security user rights required to administer items using WMI, see Minimum Security User Rights.

To download updated BizTalk Server 2004 Help from www.microsoft.com, go to http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=20616.

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