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Purging TrackingDTA DB using terminator tool
To purge all the tracking DTADB using terminator tool follow these steps: 0. Disable global tracking In Biztalk 2009 and earlier verions: 1 Open SQL Server Enterprise manager 2. Open 'BizTalkMgmtDb' database 3. Open 'adm_Group' table. 4. Update GlobalTrackingOption column to '0' In BizTalk...
29 Apr 2014
Exception occurred when persisting state to the database
Since this exception can be catch in several scenarios the most commonly is when using dynamic ports. To send something to a dynamic port the first thing before performing the send operation is to assign the Microsoft.XLANGs.BaseTypes.Address to the needed port. DynamicPortName(Microsoft.XLANGs...
1 Mar 2010
Configuring BAM portal on BizTalk 2009 “This access control list is not in canonical form and therefore cannot be modified”
Trying to configure BAM Portal on BizTalk 2009 i have got this error “This access control list is not in canonical form and therefore cannot be modified” ???? WTH is this? :-o Reading the error log, and searching for the word “error” :-) found the following...
12 Feb 2010
BizTalk SOAP Web Publishing Wizard does not properly sets the min and max occurs properties
“If you publish a schema that contains minOccurs or maxOccurs attributes with specific values, these values may be different in schema exposed by the published Web service. As a general rule of thumb, all minOccurs attributes are converted to 0 (minOccurs=0) and maxOccurs attributes are converted to...
11 Feb 2010
Invalid object name 'BizTalkDTADb.dbo.Tracking_Parts1'
I have been in a customer recently that had this rare alert in the SQL Server Log while running the TrackedMessages_Copy_BizTalkMsgBoxDb job (never seen before) “Executed as user: USERNAME . Invalid object name 'BizTalkDTADb.dbo.Tracking_Parts1' . [SQLSTATE 42S02] (Error 208). The step failed.” At first...
10 Feb 2010
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