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  1. #1
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    Question Unanswered: New Transaction cannot enlist in the specified transaction coordinator

    Pleaaaase! I need Help....

    I have two machines with Windows 2003 server:

    One with Enterprise Edition
    The other with Web Edition

    The server with Enterprise edition have a SQL Server 2000.

    Well, i have in a Web Edition an application constructed with VB6 Components for COM+ and ASP.

    When I run it's application, I receive the message:

    "New Transaction cannot enlist in the specified transaction coordinator"

    I have maked any configurations and tests but...

    If any people have an solution, please help me.

    Sorry. My english is very bad...

    Best regards.

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    Hi,


    Is Distributed Transaction Coordinator running on each SQL server?
    You may need to start it if it is not.

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    Hi,

    Yes, then DTC is started in the two servers.

    I had reinstaled the Windows 2003 Enterprise in the application server, but, the problem persists.

    Best Regards


    Originally posted by sqlguy7777
    Hi,


    Is Distributed Transaction Coordinator running on each SQL server?
    You may need to start it if it is not.

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    Howdy

    DOes the problem happen on normal Win 2000 machines?

    Cheers

    SG

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    No!!!!

    No, this problem does not happen on Win2k

    But we have discovered the problem.

    In the Component Services, we see the new properts for the class in the component. In the Activation Tab are new properts. On the Actvation Context we do modifications, and the problem had a solution. But we have to study this new options, because we dont know what this options means.

    Tank's for your colaboration

    Best regards


    Originally posted by sqlguy7777
    Howdy

    DOes the problem happen on normal Win 2000 machines?

    Cheers

    SG

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