When IIS becomes a bottleneck you can use webgarden for IIS scalability, this will create multiple hosting processes in the server and IIS will manage the balancing of load between them. Optimizing your web layer like this is very simple and highly reliable when compared to changing other internal IIS engine settings. If you have … Continue reading BizTalk Server Tip #22: Use Webgarden for IIS scalability
I experienced this issues this morning and a quick search shows lot of people faced the same issue. IIS manager is not installed by default on Windows 7/2008 machines, you need to explicitly turn it on as shown below Turning just WWW services will install all the IIS related stuff, but it won’t install the … Continue reading Missing inetmgr (Internet Information Service (IIS) manager)
I’m in the process of hosting my WCF services in IIS/Windows Server AppFabric, whenever I saved the web.config file I can see the following exception in the EventViewer. WebHost failed to process a request. Sender Information: System.ServiceModel.ServiceHostingEnvironment+HostingManager/61308764 Exception: System.ServiceModel.ServiceActivationException: The service ‘/UI.Web.V2/ServiceManagement.svc’ cannot be activated due to an exception during compilation. The exception message is: … Continue reading AppFabric Service Bus : net:pipe needs to be specified error
When you install the Windows Azure AppFabric SDK, it extends your machine configuration files with set of WCF custom extensions (behaviour, bindings, bindingElement) to help you build the AppFabric service bus based applications. Examples: basicHttpRelayBinding netTcpRelayBinding ws2007HttpRelayBinding serviceRegistrySettings transportClientEndpointBehavior tcpRelayTransport httpRelayTransport httpsRelayTransport onewayRelayTransport As soon as you start working, you will notice couple of issues. … Continue reading Resolving Azure ServiceBus related errors in IIS 7.0 and 7.5
Multiple Isolated Host (Host Instances) – Multiple Virtual directories – different adapters, what are the rules?
If your BizTalk solution is mainly relying on HTTP/SOAP adapter (we are still in BTS 2006 – no WCF yet), you’ll soon see weird errors popping up due to BizTalk isolated host instances / IIS Application pool configuration. The most common one you’ll encounter is this The Messaging Engine could not find the receive location … Continue reading Multiple Isolated Host (Host Instances) – Multiple Virtual directories – different adapters, what are the rules?
ASP .NET 2.0 – IIS worker process terminating unexpectedly. Event ID: 1009 – The process exit code was ‘0xc0000005’
I’m in the process of migrating biztalk247.com to a new hosting provider. After deploying the application, I started doing the performance testing using Visual Studio Web/Load test features. I configured the IIS Application Pool to have a web garden (more than one worker process w3wp.exe) to serve the incoming requests. The application pool also got … Continue reading ASP .NET 2.0 – IIS worker process terminating unexpectedly. Event ID: 1009 – The process exit code was ‘0xc0000005’
Once in a while you get the following error while trying to compile/build the BizTalk project (With few more Access denied errors and some HRESULT values). Error 2 at Microsoft.BizTalk.Gac.Fusion.IAssemblyCache.InstallAssembly(AssemblyCacheInstallFlag flags, String manifestFilePath, FusionInstallReference referenceData) at Microsoft.BizTalk.Gac.Gac.InstallAssembly(String assemblyPathname, Boolean force) at Microsoft.BizTalk.Deployment.BizTalkAssembly.GacInstall(String assemblyLocation) at Microsoft.BizTalk.Deployment.BizTalkAssembly.PrivateDeploy(String server, String database, String assemblyPathname, String applicationName) at Microsoft.BizTalk.Deployment.BizTalkAssembly.Deploy(Boolean redeploy, … Continue reading Microsoft.BizTalk.Gac.Fusion, Access denied Exception and GAC is empty