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Issue with Biztalk 2006 talking to one of our SQL boxes

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Hi All

I am getting lots of 5740 & 5743 logged in the app log of our Biztalk Server.

The adapter "SQL" raised an error message. Details "[DBNETLIB][ConnectionWrite (send()).]General network error. Check your network documentation.".

The adapter failed to transmit message going to send port "SQL-DeriveItemCode" with URL "SQL://1**SQL4/pepsibilling/". It will be retransmitted after the retry interval specified for this Send Port. Details:"[DBNETLIB][ConnectionWrite (send()).]General network error. Check your network documentation.".


Basically the queues build up and the transactions eventually get through.

I have searched high and low and found a MS KB that I thoguth was related but ot hasn't made any difference.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/961180

Anyway it could well be our SQL box in question. The box is win2k3 Ent SP1 (SQL 2000 Ent SP4)

Any suggestions would be great.

Thanks

Arm
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Check for network related errors in the Biztalk server's event logs, in the SQL 2000 error logs, and in that servers event logs also. This will give you more of a picture as to the state of the network.
Rgds Simon
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Hi Simon

Thanks for coming back to me, There is nothing related in the SQL 2000 boxes event logs which leads me to think its a biztalk server issue.

I have been monitoring networking, no packet loss between servers, plenty of bandwidth.

Thanks Arm
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FYI this has been esculated to MS support.

Thanks

Arm
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Solution is here

http://support.microsoft.com/?id=154628

However in my case the SQL wasn't logging any errors but the regisrty addition fixed teh issue.

Thansk

Arm
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Wow, super-cryptic. Well done Arm.
What backlog value did you set the registry to? Sounds like a good reason to upgrade from SQL2000 also.
rgs Simon
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