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mts inserts, locks table, and never releases table lock!

mts inserts, locks table, and never releases table lock!

mts inserts, locks table, and never releases table lock!

(OP)
I insert a row, and the component runs to setcomplete,
but awaits message from DTC.

In sql server the log message reads: "Awaiting DTC message, UOW ...guid...State PREPAR". The same component runs on another machine under windows 2000; but will not run on this machine under NT 4.0.

Any ideas?

RE: mts inserts, locks table, and never releases table lock!

(OP)
Apparently, if the dtc on the server fails, the process
is orphaned and all locks are kept indefinitely. Check
this URL:http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/
Q195/5/42.ASP.

RE: mts inserts, locks table, and never releases table lock!

(OP)
There is more to this matter. Apparently,
there is some incompatability between the
referenced libraries in win 2000 and NT 4.0.
(the com+ reference vs. the MTS libraries).
When doing transactions, dtc does not
send a "commit" message to sql server, and
the whole thing hangs (forever). Maybe there
is a work-around; but I hear other shops
having this problem (and other problems too).

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