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Default Query regarding BizTalk 2004

Hi All,

I've developed an orchestration which receives a message containing employee information, performs a transformation on the message and then sends the transformed message to the SQL Server database using SQL adapter.

The ports and the shapes have been correctly configured and I've also binded the ports correctly in the BizTalk Explorer. I've also enlisted and started the orchestration correctly.

But I'm unable to send the data into the SQL Server database.
I had even gone through the procedure given in Microsoft site
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en...5df1.asp<br />
and accordingly developed my solution but still the data is not going into the table.

Can somebody help me in this??

Thanks,
Debsoft
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