(BT 2010) I deployed the sample HelloWorld project from VS 2010, I manually setup my send and receive ports everything is enlisted and started everything appears to be up and running fine. I drop my file and it picks up and then I get this error:
The published message could not be routed because no subscribers were found. This error occurs if the subscribing orchestration or send port has not been enlisted, or if some of the message properties necessary for subscription evaluation have not been promoted. Please use the Biztalk Administration console to troubleshoot this failure.
I have absolutely no idea what is causing this error. This is a working orchestration i have already deployed it once using the BAT file but when I deploy via VS no dice. I have looked through the group tab but there is no info that i can glean as to why this is happening. Any ideas?
Check the following things.....
1.check receive pipeline is pointing to XML receive and besides that you can see dots..click on it and set AllowUnRecognized messages to True...
2.if you are not using orchestration in send port properties you can see filter option there you should set the Bts.ReceivePortName="your receiveport name"
restart the host instance and start the application....I think it should be work..
purnachandra, excellent, number 2 helped me a lot
number 2 works for me too
Request msg was subscribe by Orchestration with RcvSnd Port (two way).
to identify this issue exactly first i created the send port (one way) and than set the filter BTS.ReceivePortName = 'Your Receive Port Name' and write the output in file... and i didn't get the error subscriber error and client keep on waiting..it means there was no subscriber for this Request Message even all configuration was perfect...than i delete the RcvSnd port in Orchestration and Msg from Orchestration View only and than create new port and msg and than bind , deploy and publish .. than issue resolved...
number 2 came to the rescue again. in my case i had originally set up receive and send file locations after which i introduced a service for the schema creation. i thought that the service would write a schema file to the receive location and then transfer as before when i just copied a file into the receive location. i love simple configuration solutions....
Number 2, worked for me .. thank you very much
Yep, step 2 did the trick!
A million thanks. I'm new to BT2012 and option 2 resolved my issue...
Thanks for the second option!It worked like a charm...!
Thanks option 2 worked
Thank you for your help. It helped me like charm
Thanks for the options. The first one solved it.....!
I'm pretty new to biztalk and working on a simple messaging solution and having issues with send port, option2 fixed the issue, thanks alot