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Nigel Parker BizTalk 2004 Developer - Auckland, New Zealand, BizTalk Bugs And Pitfalls Here is where I publish some of the problems & solutions i come up against when working with BizTalk 2004
My Orchestration enlists but my Win2K3 box "Blue Screens" now sometimes when i bounce the BizTalk service...
This one is a particularly annoying problem especially if you are using the Nant build (thanks again Scott Colestock http://www.gotdotnet.com/wo... If you have as a final step in your build a “bounce BizTalk service step” or when I un-enlist Orchestrations and tick the box to stop the BizTalk host... you will no doubt have encountered this wee gem on at least one occasion... I know it has been flying round our office like ......

Posted On Saturday, October 16, 2004 4:25 AM

On Enlistment in BizTalk 2004 the WMI process is using more than the default memory quota of 128MB...
This one will get you when you start working with large schema's like XCBL... http://www.xcb.org don't get me started on those recursive imports... Windows WMI is used to enlist orchestrations when you use the BizTalk administration window on a server or a Nant build thanks Scott Colestock http://www.gotdotnet.com/wo... By defalult WMI is set to use a memory quota of 128MB and when you try to enlist an orchestration that uses more memory ......

Posted On Saturday, October 16, 2004 4:08 AM

Using the BizTalk 2004 HTTP adapter with a trading partner that doesn't support HTTP Chunked Encoding (Introduced in HTTP 1.1)...
I was working on a project where we needed to send messages from BizTalk to and HTTPS web page on a server that was running HTTP 1.0 and didn't support HTTP Chunked Encoding... http://www.w3.org/Protocols... The BizTalk 2004 HTTP adapter automatically chucks http posts into 48kb blocks, it has been discovered that when sending messages larger than 48kb to web servers that don't support chucking the following error will be raised in the event log - "The adapter failed to ......

Posted On Saturday, October 16, 2004 3:44 AM

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