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"Channel Missing" error when channel exists.

"Channel Missing" error when channel exists.

"Channel Missing" error when channel exists.


I am using BizTalk 2002, and did have a few parts of my system working correctly (getting documents from Infopath via http, and passing them out via a schedule to appropriate recipients).

Unfortunately I now get the message "Channel Missing" whenever a file is submitted, even though the channel definitely exists.  It even fails like this on the most basic examples that are included with BizTalk.

I think this happened when the Biztalk SP 1 was installed, but removing it does not fix the issue.

I have tried re-installing Biztalk, but no joy.  I have also verified that the appropriate permissions are set for the service account and SQL Server(as specified in the installation guide).

Does anybody have any idea of what could be causing this, or anything else I could try?


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