A disciple of Domain Driven Design (DDD), Microservices and Event Driven Architectures

You know that BAM is used to gather statistics from your BizTalk application. What you probably don’t know is that:

  • You can collect BAM data from your non-BizTalk applications such as external .NET components that BizTalk calls into.
  • Tracking profile editor (TPE) is not the only way to collect data you can use a set of APIs available in the Microsoft.BizTalk.Bam.EventObservation namespace to read and write directly into the BAMPrimaryImport database.

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