How to Modify Host Instance Settings
Using the BizTalk Settings Dashboard, you can modify the configuration information of a given host instance, across a BizTalk group. This topic provides the step-by-step procedure to modify the host instance level performance settings in BizTalk Server.
Often you have the BizTalk settings (from a source environment) saved as an XML file. The XML file contains information that allows you to replicate the settings on the target machine. You can import those settings to Settings Dashboard, instead of setting up new values. On the other hand, after setting up new values for BizTalk Server, you can export them to an XML file to be used in another machine.
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.
To modify the host instance level settings
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 Host Instances tab, do any of the following:
Modify the .NET CLR settings for a host instance. For details about how to modify the settings, see How to Modify .NET CLR Settings.
Modify the orchestration memory throttling settings. For details about how to modify the settings, see How to Modify Orchestration Memory Throttling Settings.