This sample script will list all installed adapters in your local BizTalk Server, including the names of configured send and receive handlers for them:

#

# Helper function to list all WMI objects of

# a given type

#

function bts-list-objs($kind)

{

   get-wmiobject $kind `

      -namespace 'root\MicrosoftBizTalkServer'

}



#

# get objects related to an adapter

#

function bts-get-related($adapterName, $kind)

{

   get-wmiobject $kind `

      -namespace 'root\MicrosoftBizTalkServer' `

      -filter "AdapterName='$adapterName'"

}



#

# dump adapter information to the console

#

function bts-show-adapter($adapter)

{

   '--- ' + $adapter.Name + ' ---'

   $sendHandlers = @(bts-get-related $adapter.Name MSBTS_SendHandler2)

   if ( $sendHandlers.Length -gt 0 )

   {

      'Send Handlers:'

      for ( $i =0; $i -lt $sendHandlers.Length; $i++ )

      {

         '   ' + $sendHandlers[$i].HostName

      }

   }

  

   $recvHandlers = @(bts-get-related $adapter.Name MSBTS_ReceiveHandler)

   if ( $recvHandlers.Length -gt 0 )

   {

      'Receive Handlers:'

      for ( $i =0; $i -lt $recvHandlers.Length; $i++ )

      {

         '   ' + $recvHandlers[$i].HostName

      }

   }

   ''

}



#

# main script

#

bts-list-objs MSBTS_AdapterSetting | %{ bts-show-adapter $_ }

Here's a sample output of running the script:

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Tomas Restrepo

Software developer located in Colombia. Sr. PFE at Microsoft.