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In Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004, the MSMQT adapter may unexpectedly stop processing messages from a Microsoft Message Queuing client. Additionally, the MSMQT adapter may reject subsequent messages from the Message Queuing client. Therefore, messages accumulate in the outgoing queue of the Message Queuing client.
This problem may occur if you experience database failure or intermittent database connectivity when BizTalk Server processes a message.
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PrerequisitesYou must have Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004 installed to apply this hotfix.
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When you receive a message, the MSMQT adapter starts a transaction to process the message. The MSMQT adapter sends an acknowledgement message and an order acknowledgement message to the Message Queuing client. If BizTalk Server cannot commit the transaction because connectivity issues occur with the database, the transaction is rolled back. However, because the order acknowledgement has already been sent, the client will increment the sequence number that is used to track transactions. This behavior may cause the MSMQT adapter and the Message Queuing client not to be synchronized.
For example, the Message Queuing client sends a message that has a sequence number of 100. The Message Queuing client increments the sequence number to 101 when it receives the order acknowledgement. Therefore, the next message that the Message Queuing client sends has a sequence number of 101. However, if BizTalk Server cannot commit the transaction that has the sequence number of 100 to the database, BizTalk Server expects the next transaction to have a sequence number of 100. This behavior causes the MSMQT adapter to reject subsequent messages from the Message Queuing client that have a sequence number of 101 or more.
Microsoft has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed in the "Applies to" section.
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Article ID: 918343 - Last Review: January 17, 2015 - Revision: 2.0