BizTalk Messaging Manager Problem.

BizTalk Messaging Manager Problem.

Post by Shahzad Ik » Sat, 11 Oct 2003 09:09:37


Hi,

I am using BizTalk 2002 (SP1) + SQL 2000 + Windows 2003.
When I open Biztalk Messaging Manager, it always ask me to
input account/password. After that i get the error :

The response document is not a valid document.
This could be due to an incorrect BizTalk Server path, a
failure in server authentication, or SSL not being enabled
on your BizTalk Server. If you want to change the BizTalk
Server path, on the Tools menu, click Options, and
then specify a new BizTalk Server path.

Can i get some help plz?
 
 
 

BizTalk Messaging Manager Problem.

Post by kgudl » Sun, 12 Oct 2003 00:19:10

Are you part of the Biztalk Administrators group?

 
 
 

BizTalk Messaging Manager Problem.

Post by Shahza » Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:43:59

Yes I am. I am logged in as Administrator and
administrator is a member of BizTalk Administrator Group.
 
 
 

BizTalk Messaging Manager Problem.

Post by Jeff Lync » Sun, 12 Oct 2003 02:52:54

The BizTalk Messaging Manager uses a Web Application called
"MessagingManager" running under the Default Web Site on your BTS2002
server. Look at the properties for this site under "Directory Security" and
"Authentication Methods" and make sure "Integrated Windows Authentication"
is selected. This will use your Domain credentials to authenticate your
rights to use the Messaging Manager BTS application.

Jeff ***
 
 
 

BizTalk Messaging Manager Problem.

Post by Shahza » Sun, 12 Oct 2003 10:02:38

"Integrated Windows Authentication" is already seleted in
Directory security of "MessagingManager". Also, Basic
Authentication is seleted for sending the password for
authentication.

Shahzad

called
your BTS2002
under "Directory Security" and
Windows Authentication"
authenticate your


to
enabled
BizTalk
 
 
 

BizTalk Messaging Manager Problem.

Post by trace » Thu, 30 Oct 2003 05:12:09

Also make sure to uncheck "Allow Anonymous" for the /MessagingManager
virtual directory.

Thank you,

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| "Integrated Windows Authentication" is already seleted in
| Directory security of "MessagingManager". Also, Basic
| Authentication is seleted for sending the password for
| authentication.
|
| Shahzad
|
| >-----Original Message-----
| >The BizTalk Messaging Manager uses a Web Application
| called
| >"MessagingManager" running under the Default Web Site on
| your BTS2002
| >server. Look at the properties for this site
| under "Directory Security" and
| >"Authentication Methods" and make sure "Integrated
| Windows Authentication"
| >is selected. This will use your Domain credentials to
| authenticate your
| >rights to use the Messaging Manager BTS application.
| >
| >Jeff ***
| >
| >


| >> Hi,
| >>
| >> I am using BizTalk 2002 (SP1) + SQL 2000 + Windows 2003.
| >> When I open Biztalk Messaging Manager, it always ask me
| to
| >> input account/password. After that i get the error :
| >>
| >> The response document is not a valid document.
| >> This could be due to an incorrect BizTalk Server path, a
| >> failure in server authentication, or SSL not being
| enabled
| >> on your BizTalk Server. If you want to change the
| BizTalk
| >> Server path, on the Tools menu, click Options, and
| >> then specify a new BizTalk Server path.
| >>
| >> Can i get some help plz?
| >
| >
| >.
| >
|

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BizTalk Messaging Manager Problem.

Post by Trina » Wed, 08 Dec 2004 05:05:13

Hello,

Suddenly, I am getting the same error:

"The response document is not a valid document. This could be due to an
incorrect BizTalk Server path, a failure in server authentication, or SSL
not being enabled on your BizTalk Server. If you want to change the
BizTalk Server path, on the Tools menu, click Options, and then specify a
new BizTalk Server path."

I have tried everthing suggested on this website and MS knowlegebase
http://www.yqcomputer.com/ ;en-us;276518

Anyone else getting the same Biztalk Messaging error? Is there anything
else I should try? Help!!

Trina
 
 
 

BizTalk Messaging Manager Problem.

Post by jackb » Fri, 10 Dec 2004 00:43:25

This can be caused by so many things...check some things:

- Go into Messaging Manager, make sure Biztalk server is pointed to
localhost under Tools->Options
- Open IIS, and go to the MessagingManager vdir's properties. Verify the
directory was correct and make sure Directory Browsing is checked for
Webdav.
- Make sure this directory is running under an application in properties
and Execute Permissions is set as Scripts Only
- Go into Directory Security, made sure Basic and Windows authenticated are
checked, and not anonymous.

Jack Blalock [MSFT]
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