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Biztalk 2002 Error 0x80020009 - Help

Biztalk 2002 Error 0x80020009 - Help

Biztalk 2002 Error 0x80020009 - Help


I have an orchestration that executes a WSC component.  When one file is run through the process output is consistently as expected.  When 2 input files are submitted simultaneously the Error noted below occurs, and only one output file appears when there should be 2 output files.  What needs to be done to solve this error?

The IDispatch::Invoke() interface call to a method failed. The dispatch ID for the method is shown in the following message. The name of the port on which the call was attempted is:

Error Code = 0x80020009 : Exception occurred.
IID: {00020400-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}
Dispid = 2

XLANG Scheduler Engine Internals Information:
File: e:\bizetsp\private\sked\src\runtime\techbind\com\combinder\combinder.cpp
Line: 486

For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.

Thank you in advance.

RE: Biztalk 2002 Error 0x80020009 - Help


File contention during Write Log method.  I changed each log file to be a unique log file, rather than a common log file, the error went bye bye.

Thanks guys.


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