It should be possible to set the "Application Name" in the WCF-SQL adapter
Henrik Jensen - Saxo
11/26/2013 1:51:20 AM
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This is a suggestion rather than an error.
When using the WCF-SQL adapter from the BizTalk Server Adapter Pack the final connectionstring that is internally used to connect to the SQL Server is built from a combination of the URI parts and the binding properties.
We can’t find a way to configure the “Application Name” part of the connectionstring and this means that when we look at the Processes in the Activity Monitor on the SQL Server, the application name is seen as “.Net SqlClient Data Provider”
BizTalk 2010 Beta
In the URI configuration it is possible to configure five settings: FailoverPartner, InboundId, InitialCatalog, InstanceName and Server.
Under the Connection-section under the Bindings it is possible to set: Encrypt, MaxConnectionPoolSize and WorkstationId.
How can we configure the Application Name?
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