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New request is not allowed to start because it should come with valid transaction descriptor

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New request is not allowed to start because it should come with valid transaction descriptor

.NET 2.0 system.transactions deadlock causes this on every subsequent connection.
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by:Ved Prakash Agrawal
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Hi,
Please check you MSDTC configuration.
MSDTC should enable for transaction.

when you used .Net 2.0 System.transaction and called multiple SP into a single transaction it will promote the transaction to use MSDTC. id MSDTC are not configured then you will get this issue.

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Thanks guys, but we have been using dtc for a bit.  It was not until the load testing where we received a deadlock where this presented itself.
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found solution.  Commerce server was not signing up for the ambient transaction.
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