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Our latest BizTalk Server 2010 development project is utilising BizTalk as the integration ring around a new and sizable implementaion of Dynamics AX 2012. With this project we have decided to use BAM to monitor the processes within our various new applications.

Although I have been specialising in BizTalk for around 9 years, this is my first time using BAM so it is an interesting process to be going through.

Recently when deploying a solution I was attempting to check the BAM Portal to see that the View that I had created was properly deployed and that the Activity I was populating was being surfaced in the Portal as expected. Initially I was presented with the message "No view to display" in the "My Views" area of the BAM Portal landing page.

This was because you need to set the permissions on the views that you want to see from the command line using the bm.exe tool:

bm.exe add-account -AccountName:YourServerOrDomain\YourUsername -View:YourView

This tool can be found in the BAM folder at the BizTalk installation location:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010\Tracking

Posted on Wednesday, June 27, 2012 4:39 PM BizTalk BAM and ESB | Back to top


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