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Hi all, Please help! I am g

Hi all, Please help! I am g

Hi all, Please help! I am g

(OP)
Hi all,

  Please help!
  I am getting the following error:
  -2147168229 Cannot connect to the transaction manager or the transaction manager is unavailable.
We are developing components to run using objectcontext.
The component returns the above message.Can anyone please
explain how to get rid of this problem.
I have checked the NT services, the DTC is started and running.

Thanks in advance
Regards
VSS




 

  

RE: Hi all, Please help! I am g

The DTC is a transaction cordinator not manager.Which database driver do you use? Is it ADO or ODBC?

Regards!

zallen@cmmail.com
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RE: Hi all, Please help! I am g

Are you able to go into Component Services (windows 2000) and see the golden "plus" balls?

Chip H.

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