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Receive Function status

Receive Function status

Receive Function status

Does anyone know how you can programmatically check if a receive function is enabled?  I’m using C#.

RE: Receive Function status

Are we talking BTS 2004 here?

You should have a look at the wmi scripts provided by Microsoft. You can find those in your BizTalk Programe Folder (for example c:\Programe Files) BizTalk Server 2004\SDK\Samples\Admin\WMI\Enable Receive Location



RE: Receive Function status

Nope, talking 2002.  I figured it out using a ManagementObjectServer & ManagementObject.  However, to use this you have to be the admin of Biztalk. Do you know any way around this?

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