Release Date: 8 April, 2015
Disclaimer – When you have configured Data Monitoring in your environment, and for any reason you try to remove the associated artifact from the BizTalk Administration Console, the data monitoring result will not be in the expected format in the Data Monitoring Dashboard and email alerts. This is a known limitation and we will be fixing this in the next 7.9 patch version.
|Reported Issue||Comments/Fix Provided||Section in BizTalk360|
|Unable to set a value between 7 and 19 in Event Log Alert||While setting up a new event log alert, if the user entered any value in the range between 7 and 19 in “Logged in last” section under Event Log Alert – Threshold Violation Settings screen, system displayed a validation error message such as “Please enter a value less than or equal to 60.” or “Please enter a value greater than or equal to 2.” This issue is now fixed and the “Logged in last” section accepts value between 2 and 60.||Monitoring & Notifications > BizTalk Servers > Event Logs > New Event Log Alert > Event Log Alert – Threshold Violation Settings Monitoring & Notifications > SQL Servers > Event Logs > New Event Log Alert > Event Log Alert – Threshold Violation Settings|
|Throttling Analyser time only in UTC||In the previous releases, Throttling Analyser was set to work based on the UTC time zone. This has been changed and moving forward, throttling analyzer will work based on the User Profile settings.||Throttling Analyser|
|Filtering the query using “Creation Time” not working as expected||When filtering out data in Graphical Flow (tracking) page based on creation time, the results were not what was expected. This issue is fixed and the results are populated now based on the creation time filter.||Graphical Flow (Tracking)|
|Grid sorting not working as expected||The grid sorting functionality was not working as expected in few places within the application. This issue is now fixed and grid sorting works as expected.||SQL Server Instances > BizTalk Databases – Name, Data File Size, Log File Size SQL Server Instances > Other BizTalk Databases – Name, SQL (Instance), SQL (Physical), Data File Size, Log File Size Platform Settings > Message Boxes > Name, Data File Size, Log File Size|
|BizTalk360 Installer accepts only 20 character input in Password field||The BizTalk360 installer was unable to accept passwords greater than 20 characters. This issue is fixed and now the password field can accept up to 80 characters.||BizTalk360 Installer|