Monthly Archives: February 2009

HTTP 500 – Handler svc-Integrated has a bad module “ManagedPipelineHandler” in its module list

Running Vista and IIS7.0 can be painful at times.  I deployed a simple WCF service then started receive HTTP 500 errors when browsing on the svc.  Basically even though WCF is installed on Vista byu default the WCF HTTP Activations … Continue reading

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IIS 7.0 WCF HTTP Error 404.3 – Not Found

Quick tip.  If using WCF for the first time and your receiving a 404.3 on IIS 7.0 then be sure to do the following.   1. Open a command prompt as administrator. 2. Run to c:\windows\Microsoft.Net\Framework\v3.0\Windows Communication Foundation\ServiceModelReg -i

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Operating system error 5(error not found)

When trying to restore a SQL 05 database I kept getting the below error.  Giving the account running the SQL Service permissions on the bak file solved the problem.   Event Type: ErrorEvent Source: MSSQLSERVEREvent Category: (2)Event ID: 18204Date:  27/02/2009Time:  8:22:19 PMUser:  <UserName>Computer: <Computer Name>Description:BackupDiskFile::OpenMedia: Backup device ‘<backup … Continue reading

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BizTalk Server 2006 Orchestration Profiler

Nice Tool!   BizTalk Server 2006 Orchestration Profiler

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Microsoft BizTalk Server Performance Optimization Guide

For any of you guys who haven’t read this document I highly recommend it.  I’ve just been re-aquainting myself with it.  Brilliant document!   Microsoft BizTalk Server Performance Optimization Guide

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Decompiling BizTalk for fun

For no other reason than curiosity I decompiled a nice big chunk of BTS06 over a coffee break.  You can’t decompile BTSNTSVC.exe unfortunately but the messaging assemblies etc are just all IL waiting to be disassembled.  You can decompile HAT … Continue reading

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BizTalk Tip : Cleanup Message Box

Cleaning up the message box can massively improve the performance of BizTalk Server.  The message box spool table is a classic red flag for poor performance.  The correct way to cleanup the message box is by running the relevent SQL … Continue reading

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