Updated some of my useful BizTalk PowerShell scripts, check it out!

Posted: October 11, 2016 in BizTalk, PowerShell
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I just updated three of my useful BizTalk PowerShell scripts in some cases fixing some small bugs, improving performance and in other cases adding also new capabilities.

PowerShell to configure Default Dynamic Send Port Handlers for each Adapter: This is a simple script that allows you to configure the default send handlers associated with all the existing Dynamic Send ports in your environment

  • In this new release I fixed some small bugs in the code that were not allowing the script to work as expected.

Check more about the script here: BizTalk DevOps: How to configure Default Dynamic Send Port Handlers with PowerShell

The full script can be found and download on Microsoft TechNet Gallery:
PowerShell to configure Default Dynamic Send Port Handlers for each Adapter (3.0 KB)
Microsoft TechNet Gallery

 

PowerShell to Configure the Default Send Handler for each static Send Port: This is a simple script that allows you to configure the Send handler associated with all the existing Static Send Ports in your environment independently of the adapter that is configured.

  • In this new release I fixed some small inconsistencies in the code, nevertheless in this case the previous script was working fine.

Check more about the script here: BizTalk DevOps: Configure the Default Send Handler as the Send Handler for each existing static Send Ports with PowerShell

The full script can be found and download on Microsoft TechNet Gallery:
PowerShell to Configure the Default Send Handler for each static Send Port (3.0 KB)
Microsoft TechNet Gallery

 

Monitoring BizTalk Server Ports with Auto-Healing capabilities with PowerShell: This is a simple script that allows you to monitor your BizTalk environment for disabled receive locations and stopped or unenlisted send ports, and automatically resume then according to certain conditions, using PowerShell.

In this new release:

  • I improved the general performance of the script
  • And add a new feature to the script: the ability to save a copy of the monitor report in the hard drive or a shared folder.

Check more about the script here: BizTalk DevOps: Monitor your BizTalk environment using PowerShell –Monitoring Ports (Stopped/disabled/unelisted) with Auto-Healing capabilities

The script can be found and download on Microsoft TechNet Gallery:
Monitoring BizTalk Server Ports with Auto-Healing capabilities with PowerShell (14.0 KB)
Microsoft TechNet Gallery

 

So, why these script are important?

All of these task can be easily made manually but they are time consuming tasks, special the monitor task if you don’t have the proper monitor tools like BizTalk360 or other tools available in the market. These PowerShell scripts allows you to automate and streamline these tasks saving us a considerable amount of time.

THESE POWERSHELL ARE PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND.

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