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Once the advanced event viewer is configured in the Settings screen, the users can query the events from the UI. Depending on the settings, the sub-service of BizTalk360 monitoring service polls the event logs for the log information. If any matching event log is found, it will be written into the BizTalk360 database. When the user executes a query, the information will be fetched from the BizTalk360 database and displayed in the UI.

When accessing the Advanced Event Viewer page for the first time, you may see a warning message as follows:

Advanced Event Viewer is not enabled. Enable it via settings or contact system admin.

In this case, follow the steps as shown below to set up Advanced Event Viewer. If you do not have permissions to do these steps, contact your administrator.

  1. Log in to the BizTalk360 application (as a  Super User)
  2. Click the Settings icon at the top of the page
  3. Click Advanced Event Viewer from the left menu bar
  4. In the Event Viewer Query Status section, select the environment in the drop down and click Enable
  5. Click Home link at the top of the page to return back to the application dashboard
  6. Click the expand button against 'Data Access' and select 'Advanced Event Viewer' link
  7. Now you will be able to execute queries to generate the list of events

Click the sliders to view the process of setting up the Advanced Event Viewer.

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Follow the steps as shown below to retrieve the list of events:

  1. Log in to the BizTalk360 application
  2. Click 'Operations' tab in the Navigation panel
  3. Click the expand button against 'Data Access' and select 'Advanced Event Viewer' link
  4. In the Advanced Event Viewer (Queries) screen, under Build Query Expression:
    1. Maximum Records - Select the number of records to be fetched from the database. Ex. 10, 25, 50, 100....
    2. Match - This option needs to be selected if any additional filter options are selected. By default, the value of this field is "All of the following"
    3. Add a filter - To filter the results based on different parameters such as Event Log, Type, Source, Event, Category, User, Computer, Timestamp, and Message. Once the filter criteria is selected, you will automatically see the values for the filter getting listed in the drop down. Ex. Event Log, Is Equal To, Application. When an event log is selected from the dropdown, the value Application & other fault codes will automatically be listed in the drop down. The user can select the required value
    4. The operator in most cases is 'Is Equal To'. But in the case of the category 'DateTime', the operator will be 'On or Before'  or 'On or Later'.
    5. - To delete the filter criteria
    6. Once a filter item is chosen from the drop down and while adding a new filter, the previously selected item will not be visible in the drop down.
  5. Click Execute Query to get the events list
  6. The Query Results section displays the list of events
BizTalk360 v8.0 allows users to export the Query Results. Click Export to Excel link to download the report to your computer.

Click the sliders to view the process of generating the list of events.

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