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VB Error

VB Error

VB Error

I am consistently getting an error message when I submit an XML file to BizTalk.  This particular XML file creates a general ledger account record in an accounting application (Great Plains).  The account gets successfully created, but for each one we submit we have this error.  Also BizTalk is taking a long time to process - 10 minutes to send 50 accounts that should have sent in seconds.  Here's the error:

The VB Application identified by the event source logged this Application
ExecProcsXML: Thread ID: 2632 ,Logged:
Unique MessageId =
Error Number = -2147467259  Error Description = Unspecified error  Error
Source = Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server  Line Number=10270

We can successfully send other XML files (general ledger transactions) without error.  So I feel like our Biztalk set up is fine, but I don't know what else to try.

More details: We have 2 source Great Plains databases and 1 destination Great Plains database.  We have triggers on the accounts and transactions tables in the source databases that run and create an XML file each time an account or transaction is added.  We are using eConnect (a Great Plains tool) and BizTalk to move the XML files into the destination database.

Thanks in advance for your help!!!!


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