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Default Problem in biztalk transaction block

hi all

i am facing one problem in orchestration. I've an orchestration having several steps. after 3rd action it enters into the transaction. But as soon as it enters the transaction block, it haults. when i moved one action in transaction above out of the block orchestration performed that action. It means it is crashing exactly when it enters the transaction block. i've searched a lot to find the
solution but could not get any. i think the biztalk server is not supporting the transactions. Is there any setting for COM+ components or anything else to be cheked?

If any one of u have faced such problem then please help me in this.


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