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BizTalk script to deal with suspended messages (vbs)


BizTalk Server stores messages associated with suspended pipelines in the MessageBox database. If a failure occurs in the pipeline, BizTalk Server suspends the instance of a message. There are two types of suspended service instances:

  • Suspended instances that you can resume
  • Suspended instances that you cannot resume. For example, if an instance is corrupt or RFR

Depending on the cause of the suspension, you may be able to resume services that BizTalk Server suspends -- for example, if an orchestration hits a Suspend shape, or if a transport was unable to deliver a message, BizTalk Server does not automatically remove suspended instances that you cannot resume from the MessageBox database. You can choose to save a service instance to disk before removing it from the suspended queue.



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BizTalk script to deal with suspended messages (vbs)


Thanks to Agustin for such a great article!

   - Ninja Ed

Comments (5)
  1. Saeid Hasani says:

    Great article!
    Thanks for sharing!

  2. You’re welcome, Saeid!

    Thanks again to Agustin for the great BizTalk article!

  3. This blog post is becoming a little popular, with only 1,700 views in a few days.

    Thanks everyone! Please check out Augustin’s full Wiki article!

  4. Durval Ramos says:

    This article is very interesting !!! Good job Agustín.

    When I was a developer … the ".vbs" files saved my life a "few" times =^)

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