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HTTP Transport fails without error message

HTTP Transport fails without error message

HTTP Transport fails without error message


I'm rather new to Biztalk and try to set up a channel which sends its results to a web server via http. I think the channel as itself works, at least if I define a file transport as the destination, everything works as intended.

If I change nothing but the primary transport from file to http, still no error occurs. When a new file arrives in the monitored drop directory, biztalk performs the mapping and initiates a http request to the recieving web server. Thats shown by the receiving web servers log file which states, there was a post request to the receiving applications url.

Nevertheless the post request did not contain any data. No error was logged nowhere...

I#m completely helpless and got no idea what to try next - perhaps you got some advice for me.

Thanks in advance
Thorsten J. Krause

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