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How To Use DTCTester Tool
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DTCTester tests a distributed transaction against a specified Microsoft SQL Server. This tool helps to test distributed transactions across firewalls or against networks. DTCTester performs distributed transactions by using ODBC API against a SQL Server database.
Download the DTCTester ToolThe following file is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center:
Download the DTCTester package now.
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What Does the DTCTester Tool Do?
How to Use the DTCTester Tool
Typical Causes Where the DTCTester Tool Fails
Example of Error that Occurs When the DTCTester Fails
Command Line: dtctester bad baduser badpass Executed: dtctester DSN: bad User Name: baduser Password: badpass tablename=#dtc7421 Creating Temp Table for Testing: #dtc7421 Warning: No Columns in Result Set From Executing: 'create table #dtc7421 (ival int)' Initializing DTC Beginning DTC Transaction Enlisting Connection in Transaction Error: SQLSTATE=25S12, Native error=-2147168242,msg='[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver] Distributed transaction error' Error: SQLSTATE=24000, Native error=0,msg=[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]Invalid cursor state Aborting DTC Transaction Releasing DTC Interface Pointers Successfully Released pTransaction Pointer
Example of Successful DTCTester Output
Command Line: dtctester test sa Executed: dtctester DSN: test User Name: sa Password is assumed to be NULL. Connecting to the database tablename= #dtc7488 Creating Temp Table for Testing: #dtc7488 Warning: No Columns in Result Set From Executing: 'create table #dtc7488 (ival int)' Initializing DTC Beginning DTC Transaction Enlisting Connection in Transaction Executing SQL Statement in DTC Transaction Inserting into Temp...insert into #dtc7488 values (1) Warning: No Columns in Result Set From Executing: 'insert into #dtc7488 values (1) ' Verifying Insert into Temp...select * from #dtc7488 (should be 1): 1 Press enter to commit transaction. Committing DTC Transaction Releasing DTC Interface Pointers Successfully Released pTransaction Pointer. Disconnecting from Database and Cleaning up Handles
Suggested Ports to Open for DTC
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For additional information, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
191168For additional information, see the white paper on the following Microsoft Web site:
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/191168/EN-US/ )INFO: Error '-2147168246 (8004d00a)' Failed to Enlist on Calling Object's Transaction
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Article ID: 293799 - Last Review: September 7, 2004 - Revision: 2.5