BAM problems

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      now i read that you must do this to deploy your excel workbook in a command prompt:
      BM deploy-all -DefinitionFile:SalesManagerView.xls

      I get this message:
      [quote:9887576475]Error: Failed to open BAM Excel Workbook file – ‘C:Program Files\\Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006\\Tracking\\Monitoring.xls’.
      Old format or invalid type library. <Exception fron HRESULT: 0x80028018 <TYPE_E_INVDATAREAD>>[/quote:9887576475]

      the funny thing here is that i use office 2003 so it can’t be an old format…

      Then i have found i must add this: -server:machine1

      I did this and i got this:
      [quote:9887576475]ERROR: Encountered error while executing command on SQL Server \”AWS00401′.
      An error has occurred while establishing a connection to the server. When connection to SQL Server 2005, this failure may be caused by the fact that under the default settings SQL Server does not allow remote connections. <provider: Named Pipes Provider, error: 40 – Could not open a connection to SQL Server>[/quote:9887576475]

      The funny thing here is that i checked if he doesn’t allow that and he does allow remote connections…

      Do you know an answer to this?

      Kind regards

    • #14658

      Not sure if you cut and pasted the original error, or typed it again. If it’s a cut and paste of the actual error, then path is invalid. I do believe however that if you don’t specify a server, it assumes the local box to be the server.

      Anyway, you seem to have gotten past that error. For your current issue, are you trying to connect to the same server that the other BizTalk databases are on? If so, the remote connections should have already been figured out. Perhaps it is a security issue. Are you logged in with your account, and what BizTalk groups is that account part of?

      Todd Uhl

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