Re: HTTP Receive Adapter Configuration
From: Jon Flanders[DevelopMentor] (jfland_at_develop.com)
Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2022 08:30:01 -0800
I'd use tcptrace (www.pocketsoap.com) to see the actually http exchange
between the client and the HTTP receive location.
I'd also look at the context properties between the two messages - what
pipelines are the different locations using?
-- Jon Flanders [DevelopMentor] http://staff.develop.com/jfland/ http://www.develop.com/courses/biztalk "Andrew Hodge (Medway Uk)" <AndrewHodgeMedwayUk@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:D5E5E06A-AA3A-4BE3-A482-78DABACB4FAA@microsoft.com... > Currently trying to get the HTTP receive adapter to work > (btshttpreceive.dll). In a bid to ensure the configuration was working I > completed the Northwind exercise for enabling message routing. I got this > working using the file adapter. > > ie. place an xml file in the filedrop location and this will get processed > to the outbound filedrop depending on the message contents. If I look at > the > HAT for this process I can see the message being recieved by the xml > receive > pipeline and then sent out by the xml transmit pipeline. > > I then added a HTTP location under the same receive port as the above file > location. > After a lot of fidling with security accounts we can appear to post the > xml > data to the http receive adapter. We receive a http 500 error however. > When > I look in HAT it shows the XML message as having been received but get an > error in the application log as follows > > The messaging engine encountered an error publishing a batch of "1" > messages > to the Message Box Database for the transport adapter "Biztalk HTTP > Receiver". Please refer to Health and Activity Tracking tool for more > detailed information on this failure and check the endpoint bindings are > correctly configured. > > HAT just states the xml is an unparsed interchange with a status of > terminated and an error code of 0xC0C01623. > > I cannot see why the xml file will succeed when we use the file adapter > but > not when we send it via the http receive adapter. > > Using HAT allows us to export the XML messages for both HTTP and FILE and > the xml content seems to be exactly the same. > > Any ideas anyone ? > > > > >