How to Modify Group Settings
Using the Settings Dashboard, you can modify the configuration information used across all machines in a given BizTalk group. This topic provides the step-by-step procedure to modify the group-level performance settings in BizTalk Server. These settings are applicable for all the machines in a given group.
|You can also modify the host and host instance settings. For more information, see How to Modify Host Settings and How to Modify Host Instance Settings.|
The current BizTalk Server settings can be exported to an XML file. Later, you can import those settings to the Settings Dashboard instead of setting up new values. For information about how to import the BizTalk Server settings, see How to Import BizTalk Settings Using Settings Dashboard and How to Import BizTalk Settings Using BTSTask. For information about how to export the BizTalk Server settings, see How to Export BizTalk Settings Using Settings Dashboard and How to Export BizTalk Settings Using BTSTask.
To perform this operation, you must be logged on as a member of the BizTalk Server Administrators group.
In the BizTalk Server Administration Console, expand BizTalk Server Administration, right-click BizTalk Group, and then click Settings.
In the BizTalk Settings Dashboard dialog box, on the Group page, do the following:
Use this To do this Boundary values Default value Upgrade logic
Configuration refresh interval
Set the interval in which BizTalk Server refreshes messaging configuration.
1 - 43200
Message Batch Threshold
If the total size of an incoming message Batch exceeds this value, then it is split into smaller batches and processed.
1 - 10000000
Copies the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\BizTalk Server\3.0\Administration\TransformThreshold value
Large message size
Set the threshold size of an individual message that triggers streaming in a batch and/or during transformations.
1 - 10000000
Maximum of the existing Large message size and LargeMessageFragmentSize values.
Tracking and Reporting
Message box performance counter sampling interval
Set the interval at which performance counters are refreshed.
The interval trades off load on database versus up-to-dateness of counters. The higher value means less frequently updated data, and thus lesser load on the database.
1 – Maximum value of type Integer
Largest value on any machine in the BizTalk group if present. If not, default.
Enable group level tracking
Select this option to turn the group level tracking for BizTalk Server on.
Turning off global tracking disables the tracking interceptors for the entire BizTalk Server group. This means, BizTalk Server will not track events in its tracking tables.
Note This setting does not impact BAM Tracking.
Click Apply to apply the modifications and proceed to another tab. Or click OK to apply the modifications and exit the Settings Dashboard.
Note To restore the default settings, click Restore Defaults.
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