Well, this method is a bit harsh, but I really needed it terminated. You can look up the Service Instance Id and Service Type Id and execute the following stored procedure on BiztalkMsgBoxDb. Note that this should not be common practice and you should search for the cause of this behavior if it occurs often! DECLARE @out INT BEGIN TRANSACTION exec dbo.int_AdminTerminateInstance_BizTalkServerApplication ‘ServiceInstanceId’, ‘ServiceTypeID’ , @out COMMIT
So services are finally getting shape in the latest CTP release of the Windows Azure AppFabric (June CTP). You can sign up for the service, but, just as Office 365, there are limited beta places. We basically had two new releases, stumbling over each other. The first one in May, and now the second one in June. But what did this all add? The first change is, that it now...
Well, that’s the real title of the package. It’s a really cool package in my opinion. Where you had to configure it before (well, 3 lines of web.config), it now automatically installs through NuGet. Just one click and you have your error logging installed. You often don’t know what errors happen when people visit your website/application. People just got a yellow screen of death and didn’t know what to do...
MVCScaffolding is a NuGet package. The name itself explains what the package does. It scaffolds your MVC applications. It generally generates all your CRUD functions. It uses the Entity Framework 4.1 and also works together with EFCodeFirst. With this combination you are no longer required to have your database setup. You can just make you classes and Visual Studio/.Net will generate the database for you. Whether it’s a file (SQL...
Assembly Oracle Dataaccess Version18.104.22.168… was not found. Reinstall the assembly or Visual Studio. The application cannot continue and will exit.
Assembly Oracle.DataAccess, Version=22.214.171.124 … was not found. Reinstall the assembly or Visual Studio. The application cannot continue and will exit. This will be a short one. Comment out all lines containing the following names from your machine.config (32 AND 64 bit!). Mind you, your Oracle adapters probably won’t work anymore! oracleDBAdapterInboundTransactionBehavior oracleEBSAdapterInboundTransactionBehavior
<add name="oracleDBAdapterInboundTransactionBehavior" ...>
<add name ="oracleEBSAdapterInboundTransactionBehavior" ...>
I encountered the following problems when installing BizTalk 2009 on a Windows 7 64-bit environment. The SSO (Enterprise Single Sign-On) wasn’t able to connect to the database at first, and after fixing that, I encountered the second entry in the event log. Failed to connect to the SQL database ‘SSODB’ on SQL Server ‘MCARR’0×80131700 (Win32) Could not create SSOSQL. To fix the problem, reinstall SSO or try ‘regasm SSOSQL.dll’ from...