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Pro Business Activity Monitoring in BizTalk 2009 by Geoff Snowman, Jeff Sanders

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In this chapter, you’ll learn about managing BAM. BAM is all about data flows, and the chapter starts by reviewing the databases and data flows in BAM. This section also contains exercises that teach two important administrative functions: setting up a tracking host and scheduling data archiving. The health of a BizTalk server is dependent on the underlying databases. If BizTalk’s databases are healthy, BizTalk itself is usually healthy. To keep the databases healthy, certain database jobs should be scheduled, and you’ll learn about these here.

The next section provides a reference for the commands available in the BAM Management utility, bm.exe ...

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